With a new suite of tools, scientists discovered exactly how tiny plate-like catalyst particles carry out a key step in that conversion – the evolution of oxygen in an electrocatalytic cell – in unprecedented detail.
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A new Stanford study suggests that people’s perceptions of their own risks play an important role in their actions — and that shelter-in-place policies influence what they do, but not to the extent that some might think.
A collaborative study by a group of researchers including APARC’s Karen Eggleston documents the adverse effects of COVID-19 on people with chronic conditions in India, particularly among poor, rural, and marginalized populations.
The Stanford Law-supported Lawyers for a Sustainable Economy initiative recently wrapped up a successful two-year run matching nonprofits and startups working in the field of environmental sustainability with attorneys from leading U.S. law firms providing pro bono legal services.