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May 20, 2019
This Thursday, May 23,  Stanford climate change scientist Noah Diffenbaugh will testify before a new legislative committee charged with delivering... Read More
julia and nicole
May 20, 2019
Julia Marton-Lefèvre, former director general of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, reflected on her work to ameliorate the world's... Read More
May 15, 2019 | Stanford News Service
Data collected from over 1 million forest plots reveals patterns of where plant roots form symbiotic relationships with fungi and bacteria.
May 14, 2019 | Natural Capital Project
Stanford hydrologist and colleagues argue that investing in renewable technologies could be safer and cheaper than building large dams.
Newsha Ajami, Rob Jackson, Scott Fendorf and Chris Field at the Sacramento water briefing.
May 10, 2019
California struggles to deliver safe drinking water to millions of residents. The challenges – often complex issues at the interface of human,... Read More
fruit bat
May 9, 2019
The deadly Nipah virus, which is carried by bats and occasionally infects people, is more likely to be transmitted from person to person when the... Read More
View from tuna cam
May 8, 2019
Scientists from Stanford University’s Tuna Research and Conservation Center release findings from the first-ever tuna-mounted camera in the wild.
satellite image
May 7, 2019 | NASA
Using satellite imagery and Google Earth Engine, researchers build high-resolution maps of smallholder maize systems in East Africa.
energy facility
May 7, 2019
With a few changes to its existing energy operations, Stanford could further reduce it’s carbon footprint and costs in a model that other large... Read More