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fishing boat in Adriatic Sea
August 2, 2018
Fishing bans don’t have to hurt fishing communities, according to a new study led by Stanford researchers. The group tracked vessels during a short-... Read More
javelinas by border wall
July 24, 2018
Borderlands are synonymous with desolation, but the Mexico-U.S. divide is something altogether different. The nearly 2,000-mile-long... Read More
man holding head
July 23, 2018
Suicide rates are likely to rise as the earth warms, according to new research published July 23 in Nature Climate Change. The study, led by Stanford... Read More
July 23, 2018
When Erin Brockovich sued a major utility company in the 1990s for contaminating drinking water with hexavalent chromium, a toxic and carcinogenic... Read More
July 19, 2018
A new combination of materials developed by Stanford researchers may aid in developing a rechargeable battery able to store the large amounts of... Read More
July 16, 2018 | Stanford News Service
While the United States is deeply divided on many issues, climate change stands out as one where there is remarkable consensus, according to Stanford... Read More
July 12, 2018
Stanford engineers, geophysicists, disease ecologists, musicologists and others soon will collaborate on finding new ways to detect and reduce... Read More
July 10, 2018
If you can predict the path of the jet stream, the upper atmosphere’s undulating river of wind, then you can predict weather – not just for a week or... Read More
July 9, 2018 | Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions
Working toward a system that prioritizes human wellbeing as much as environmental sustainability in fisheries worldwide.