Bikini Atoll, the site of 23 nuclear tests from 1946 to 1958, may now also be known as the place of the discovery of new insights into how other species prevent cancer.
Over the past nine months, 15 Stanford buildings have added new solar photovoltaic panels. Thanks to the new solar panels on these buildings, Stanford’s electric distribution system will receive about 4.5 added megawatts of power.
A School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences professor’s study shows that years of over-pumping groundwater in California’s Central Valley is causing the ground to sink, permanently reducing its ability to store water.
A visualization of recent rainfall in California.
Stanford opened a solar farm in the Mojave, but not all environmentalists are smiling about it.
The Daily sat down with Bruce Friedrich, the CEO of the Good Food Institute, to learn about “cultured meat.”
Visitors sampled local tap waters and talked with scientists, engineers, artists, activists and students whose work focuses on water at Cantor Arts Center’s interactive public art exhibit, “Water Bar,” which is open from Nov. 5 to Nov. 19. (ANGELA LUO/The Stanford Daily)
Students learned about Stanford’s plant life on a contemplative tree walking tour. The event was part of Stanford Contemplation by Design Week, which held the week of Nov. 4 until Nov. 12.
For more information about the trees of campus: https://trees.stanford.edu/