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January 29, 2021 | Adapted from Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution
Beyond the ski slopes, one of the most iconic symbols of the Alps are the alpine flowers. These plants are not only beautiful--they are also used in... Read More
January 28, 2021 | Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
James Holland Jones comments on his new research published in Nature Human Behaviour, which argues that the increasingly gendered division of labor... Read More
January 28, 2021 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
A new study demonstrates substantial changes in agricultural practices will be necessary to achieve the goals of the Paris climate accord, the 2015... Read More
January 27, 2021 | Stanford News Service
Students explored how vector-borne diseases have influenced history and found that they often most heavily impacted marginalized communities.
January 27, 2021 | Stanford News Service
Woods Director Chris Field and Woods Senior Fellow Debbie Sivas comment on hopes for environmental progress under a new administration.
January 22, 2021 | US EPA
A Stanford student research team, guided by WIll Tarpeh, was awarded an EPA grant for their wastewater capture and conversion proposal.
January 21, 2021 | Program on Water, Health & Development
Using water samples and environmental data gathered over 48 hours or less, Stanford engineers develop a new predictive technique for forecasting... Read More
January 14, 2021 | Program on Water, Health & Development
Stanford researchers find installing piped water near homes promotes gender equality and improves well-being in rural Zambia.
January 13, 2021 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
Decades after the industrialized world largely eliminated lead poisoning in children, the potent neurotoxin still lurks in one in three children... Read More

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