COVID-19

Stanford Today —

Stanford’s look back on one year of the pandemic

March 19 marks the one-year anniversary of California’s stay-at-home order. Despite a year apart, the Stanford community has contributed in meaningful ways toward research and helping others.

A rapid-response vaccine could stop pandemics

James Swartz has spent a dozen years refining an underappreciated biotech technique into a radical new vaccine approach that could quickly protect billions of people from the next COVID-19-level pandemic.

Health Alerts —

Vaccine eligibility update, Mar. 12

In a message to the Stanford community, Russell Furr, associate vice provost for Environmental Health & Safety, provides an update regarding local vaccine supply and distribution.

The hidden side of pandemic life

Over the past year, the American Voices Project has documented how Americans are experiencing the COVID-19 crisis – from incapacitating anxiety to extraordinary fortitude even in the most harrowing circumstances.

Stanford Today —

New StageCast tool facilitates online performances

Stanford theater directors, computer scientists and electrical engineers created a new tool to help performers who are located in different spaces come together in online performances.