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November 7, 2017
The Paris Climate Change Agreement in 2015 brought the world together on a set of goals for the planet's future that includes keeping warming below 2... Read More
researchers working with CT scanner
November 6, 2017
Of the approximately two dozen medical CT scanners scattered throughout Stanford’s main campus and medical centers, two can be found nestled in... Read More
Hal Mooney
November 2, 2017
Stanford ecologist Hal Mooney was 18-years-old and taking a break from working as a “mess boy” aboard a Norwegian cargo ship when inspiration struck... Read More
A coral reef outside of Aitutaki, Cook Islands.
November 1, 2017
Cool-water corals can adapt to a slightly warmer ocean, but only if global greenhouse gas emissions are reduced. That’s according to a new study of... Read More
hand holding cell phone amid mosquitoes
October 31, 2017
It’s a sound that can keep even the weariest among us from falling asleep: the high-pitched whine of a mosquito. This irritating buzz already makes... Read More
hand turning sink faucet handle
October 25, 2017
“A number of water utilities that we work with observed unprecedented and unexpected water conservation levels during the recent drought in... Read More
A child sorts through plastic trash in Nicaragua.
October 25, 2017
Plastics are a modern miracle, efficiently and effectively supporting almost all aspects of modern life. Your car or bus or bike, your electronics,... Read More
Gretchen Daily
October 19, 2017
Biology professor Gretchen Daily is in Tokyo as one of this year’s winners of the Blue Planet Prize, an annual award for pioneers working to improve... Read More
Adam Stanford-Moore measures glacier movement on Mt. Baker, Washington State.
October 16, 2017
Adam Stanford-Moore was cautiously hopeful he could spend the summer pursuing a meaningful environmental solution. The outdoor-loving Stanford... Read More