Stories published in 2022

News articles classified as Stories published in 2022

Stanford Report —

‘Stanford Columns’ expands campus arts district

The new public artwork installation by award-winning American sculptor and environmental artist Beverly Pepper is an iteration of an installation in Italy created specifically for the Stanford campus.

Four questions for Liz Hadly

The Stanford environmental biologist and global change specialist discusses recent flooding in Yellowstone National Park – and what it means for the future of the planet.

Stanford Medicine —

‘Anti-hunger’ molecule forms after exercise, scientists discover

Stanford Medicine researchers and collaborators identified a molecule that staves off hunger post-exercise, which helps explain how exercise results in weight loss and could hold the key to kick-starting the process in people with metabolic disease.

Stanford Law —

Packed and loaded: John Donohue on Supreme Court’s guns decision

Stanford Law Professor John Donohue, an expert in gun law, discusses the Supreme Court decision to strike down New York’s law restricting the right of individuals to carry firearms outside of the home, expanding the scope of the individual constitutional right to keep and bear arms.