3D printing offers a world of possibilities, but it has its limitations. Stanford researchers are stretching the boundaries of current printing models and finding innovative ways to solve pressing dilemmas of design, engineering, and medicine.
A look back on a year that included the opening of the first new school in 75 years, continued efforts to promote diversity, equity, access and inclusion, a Nobel win and Rhodes scholarship, and much more.
Years after Hurricane Katrina altered his life’s course, Elliott White Jr. set out to understand what drives coastal wetland loss as a way to help lessen harm from future climate impacts for vulnerable coastal communities.
NASA flight engineer Jessica Watkins, ’10, spoke with STANFORD magazine from aboard the ISS Expedition 67 about finding her path at Stanford Earth (now part of the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability) and what it’s like to sleep in space.
Susan Athey, the Economics of Technology Professor at the Graduate School of Business and an associate director of Stanford HAI, will serve as chief economist of the antitrust division at the U.S. Department of Justice.
Helena Zhang graduates with a bachelor’s degree in human biology and a minor in art history. After a year serving the community as a Haas Center Community Impact Fellow, she plans to pursue a career as a doctor.