Around the Farm

Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies —

U.S.-China relations fractious, not fragile, says APARC fellow

Forty years after the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and China, the two superpowers are competing and contesting every arena, from trade to AI research and from space exploration to maritime rights.

Water in the West —

Keeping green during drought

A new study analyzes patterns of urban irrigation and vegetation health during extreme drought. Its findings could inform urban water conservation and water infrastructure development under climate pressures.  

Stanford Medicine —

Landmark LGBTQ study comes to Stanford

When Mitchell Lunn, MD, and Juno Obedin-Maliver, MD, launched their long-term study of sexual and gender minority health, they knew they wanted the patients, not the doctors, to drive the research.

Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research —

It’s good for new moms when dads can stay home

A new study by Stanford economists shows that giving fathers flexibility to take time off work in the months after their children are born improves the postpartum health and mental well-being of mothers.

Stanford Medicine —

Collaboration aims to battle physician burnout

The California Medical Association and Stanford Medicine have launched a multimillion dollar project to reduce physician burnout by providing support to doctors statewide.

Stanford Graduate School of Business —

A prognosis for primary care

With outpatient treatment on the rise, could better teamwork guard against error – and the accompanying malpractice suits?