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Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability —

The business case for sustainability

A program co-developed by Chris Field pairs business skills with sustainability science to help executives advance their company’s goals. “I’m confident they’ll be able to take what they are learning back to their jobs the very next day.”

Stanford Report —

Ten years of team science

Leaders of the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute reflect on a decade of boundary-breaking study of the brain and what lies ahead for Stanford’s widespread neurosciences community.

Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences —

Scaling up biosynthesis

New research offers a window into the growth, maturation, and eventual decline of cells, with implications for our understanding of aging and disease.

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory —

How are your solar panels performing?

New software sorts through the data to give you a clearer picture of how much power those rooftop panels are generating over time.

Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability —

Ted Karabelas is hyped on coral

The Oceans Department doctoral student wants to get undergraduates as excited about solving the coral reef problem as he is.

Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability —

Tradeoffs in aquaculture

Marine aquaculture has promise for supporting food security, but its growth can come at a cost to small fisheries. A new paper explores policies that promote positive outcomes for both sectors.

Clusters of atmospheric rivers are costlier than expected

When multiple atmospheric rivers hit California back-to-back, the economic damage from resulting rain and snowfall is three to four times higher than predicted from individual storms, a Stanford study finds. The insight could help water managers and disaster planners better prepare for future impacts of climate change.