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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 Center for Ocean Solutions —

Bringing biodiversity to the surface

The Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions teamed up with partners in Palau to monitor one of the world's largest marine protected areas.

Next-gen battery solutions

A new mathematical model has brought together the physics and chemistry of highly promising lithium-metal batteries, providing researchers with plausible, fresh solutions to a problem known to cause degradation and failure.

Stanford Engineering —

Data is transforming our understanding of natural disasters

In this episode of The Future of Everything, geophysicist Eric Dunham explains how new types of data collection and faster computers are furthering our understanding of earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes.

Children’s health and climate change

Children are more likely than adults to suffer health impacts due to environmental impacts. Kari Nadeau of Stanford’s Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy & Asthma Research discusses related risks, as well as what caregivers and health care workers can do about them.

Tiny robots for precision drug delivery

A Stanford mechanical engineer creates multifunctional wireless robots to maximize health outcomes and minimize invasiveness of procedures.