In the Spotlight

At Stanford 2015: The Year in Review

A look back at the year that included visits by President Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey, a National Book Award winner, groundbreaking research, three national sports titles and more.

Building collaboration at Stanford

The Clark Center began a trend of creating spaces where interdisciplinary interaction produces innovative discoveries.

Stanford conservators provide TLC for damaged treasures

Stanford Libraries' conservation lab repairs precious artifacts and puts them back in researchers' hands. Technicians also create cases that provide a secure future for everything from paper fans to "Andy," a programmable robot.

Stanford researchers explore the complex way we make decisions

The science of how the brain sorts through a host of factors and eventually makes a decision falls at the intersection of research taking place across Stanford schools and institutes, where neuroscience meets environmentalism and where psychology meets business.

Stanford’s newest building spotlights art and art history

Stanford's new McMurtry Building was feted by the media, the campus community and officially welcomed into the campus fold. The first new building of the academic year, McMurtry houses the Department of Art & Art History.