Delivering the fifth annual Stephen H. Schneider Memorial Lecture, John Holdren Ph.D. ’70 discussed the elevated role of science policy in the Obama administration and his worries about climate change policy under President Donald Trump.
The device, which transmits imagined movements onto a screen, could be a breakthrough for the paralyzed or otherwise severely movement-disabled. The project, 15 years in the making, involved clinical trials in primates and then humans.
Single-occupancy restrooms on campus will soon all be converted to gender-neutral facilities due to new California legislature and ongoing administrative efforts.
Laila Soudi, a mental health researcher at the Stanford School of Medicine, has initiated a letter-writing campaign for Syrian refugees in response to President Trump’s recent executive order banning immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Power2Act, a student-run disability advocacy group, met with Stanford administration this week to discuss their progress on plans to create a community center for students with disabilities on campus.