The traditional approach to developing special energy storage materials involves trial-and-error; the process is time-intensive and uncertain. Stanford scientists' research can be applied to design new materials.
Stanford Students Environmental Consulting (SSEC) is conducting a year-long project to provide environmental consulting to a solar panel installation and distribution startup in Mexico looking to expand internationally. The social enterprise, Bright, installs solar panel infrastructure and leases the system to its clients. According to SSEC Financial Officer and Vice President Eli Kahan ’19, one…
“State of the Human” is ran by the Stanford Storytelling Project (SSP), an arts program on campus that seeks to promote the art of storytelling within the undergraduate community.
Stanford bioengineers in the Prakash Lab have used robotics to make new discoveries about the movement of parasites commonly found in swimming pools.
As Stanford enters its 125th year as an university, Green Library is hosting a new exhibit that explores the forerunners of campus activist organizations and the causes that Stanford students advocate today.