Around the Farm

Stanford Medicine —

Future-proofing the new Stanford Hospital

When you consider the fast pace of technological advances today, you wonder how to build a new hospital and keep the technology relevant for 10, 20 or even 50 years.

Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions —

Diving into seafood innovation

Stanford’s campus was yet again the setting for Fish 2.0’s Global Innovators Forum, where 40 seafood sector entrepreneurs pitched their latest and greatest ideas to peers, investors and experts.

Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies —

The silent war in Mexico

A war is raging in Mexico, but silence from newspapers, international organizations, and politicians has prevented most U.S. citizens — and indeed many publics around the globe — from taking notice.

Center for International Security and Cooperation —

Order from chaos in Ukraine

Five months into Ukrainian President Zelenskiy’s term, there are reasons for optimism and caution.

Stanford Insitute for Economic Policy Research —

Tracking the global mindset of uncertainty

Economist Nicholas Bloom has created the World Uncertainty Index, an assessment tool measuring the global state of mind for 143 countries. Current readings of heightened uncertainty foreshadow a significant hit to global economic growth.

Stanford Medicine —

Normal body weight can hide eating disorder in teens, study finds

The amount, speed and duration of weight loss are better markers of medical and psychological illness in adolescents with atypical anorexia nervosa than being underweight, a study led by Stanford and UCSF researchers showed.

Stanford School of Engineering —

A new age in oncology

In cancer detection, could a blood test replace a biopsy?