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Gerald J. Lieberman Fellowship News

Jun 12 2020 | Stanford Earth Awards, Fellow, Stanford, Students
Weathering the stresses of a pandemic that sent students to a foreign online learning environment followed by police brutality and systemic racism, 2020 graduates of the School of Earth Energy & Environmental Sciences (Stanford Earth) are a resilient bunch. In a virtual recognition of their...
Feb 19 2020 | Stanford News Fellow, Research, Stanford, Students
Battery performance can make or break the electric vehicle experience, from driving range to charging time to the lifetime of the car. Now, artificial intelligence has made dreams like recharging an EV in the time it takes to stop at a gas station a more likely reality, and could help improve...
Feb 11 2019 | Stanford News Fellow, Research, Stanford, Students
At-home DNA testing kits may be the latest fad, but according to new research by Stanford sociologists, not everyone is keen to find out whether they are related to the British royal family or a Neanderthal.
Nov 29 2018 | Stanford News Education, Fellow, Stanford, Students
Ice caps are melting, the ocean is acidifying and extreme weather is plaguing those who live in vulnerable areas. But in the face of climate change, there are also stories of hope: communities coming together, species adapting to new conditions and people finding ways to help those less fortunate...
May 30 2018 | The Dish Awards, Fellow, Stanford, Students
The Stanford Alumni Association recently recognized undergraduate and graduate students with the 2018 Outstanding Achievement Award, Class of 2018 Award of Excellence and 2018 Graduate Student Community Impact Award.
Jan 25 2018 | Stanford News Fellow, Research, Stanford
Every year, a small but not insignificant number of babies are born with hearts whose muscles are spongy and thin, although exactly what causes that condition isn’t clear. Now, Stanford biologists think they may have found a clue: spongy heart muscles could be the result of improperly developed...

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