Physics Professor Roger Blandford received the British Royal Astronomical Society’s highest award, the Gold Medal, last Friday. He joins an elite group of scientists, which includes visionaries such as Albert Einstein, Edwin Hubble and Stephen Hawking.
Adam Johnson, associate professor of English, received a National Book Critics Circle Award nomination Monday for his second novel, “The Orphan Master’s Son.”
Matthew Jay Roach ’79’s HBO film “Game Change” won a Golden Globe award for best miniseries or TV movie last night.
On Jan. 14, the Stanford Law School will launch the Religious Liberty Clinic, the nation’s only center that enables law students to represent clients fighting… Continue Reading »
In collaboration with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford researchers have recently developed a robotic platform with the potential to… Continue Reading »
Over 200 community members gathered in White Plaza on Tuesday evening to celebrate Hanukkah.
Leading environmentalist and architect William McDonough, consulting professor of civil and environmental engineering, will donate his archive to Stanford University Libraries. The archive will contain paper as well as digital material and will be active, meaning that new materials will continually be added in.