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May 26 2021 | Stanford Earth Faculty, Fellow, Research, Stanford
Almost half of the world’s population currently lives in cities and that number is projected to rise significantly in the near future. This rapid urbanization is contributing to increased flood risk due to the growing concentration of people and resources in cities and the clustering of cities...
May 26 2021 Announcement, Stanford
Dear students, A powerful moment is upon us today, with the first anniversary of the death of George Floyd at the hands of former police officer Derek Chauvin, convicted in April of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. We have heard from many of...
May 25 2021 | Stanford News Faculty, Fellow, Research, Stanford
Cells are the building blocks of life, present in every living organism. But how similar do you think your cells are to a mouse? A fish? A worm.
May 24 2021 | Graduate School Of Education Faculty, Fellow, Research, Stanford
The Varsity Blues scandal triggered outrage about unfairness in college admissions, which goes far beyond the highly paid crimes of a few bad actors. For instance, SAT and ACT scores correlate strongly with wealth. That fact, plus COVID testing difficulties, has led more colleges to go test-...
May 20 2021 | Stanford Law Stanford, Students
America’s small businesses have faced seismic hurdles during the pandemic. First they were hit with COVID-19 restrictions, followed by a bureaucratic labyrinth for government funding meant to keep them and their employees afloat—relief that proved too little, too late for an estimated 200,000...

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