Stanford biology student Theo Roth spent the past few summers developing an experiment for observing the brain's cellular response to a concussion. The never-before-seen action could one day lead to new therapies.
In accepting the Bright Award, Tasso Azevedo made a stirring argument for preserving the world's forests and for governments to take a more urgent approach to mitigating climate change.
Stanford researchers have uncovered a vital clue about the mechanism behind a type of earthquake that originates deep within the Earth and accounts for a quarter of all temblors worldwide.
The uplift of two mountain ranges in Central Asia beginning 30 million years ago expanded the Gobi Desert and set Central Asia on its path to extreme aridity, a Stanford study suggests.
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