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Jul 16 2019 | Stanford News Education, Faculty, Fellow, Stanford, Students
Like a lot of people, Joy Franco gets in to work around 8 a.m. and starts her day checking on her projects, making lists of things to do and getting down to work. But unlike most people, Franco’s work is worms.
Jul 8 2019 | U.S. News & World Report Fellow, Research, Stanford
More than 300,000 Hispanic students have been displaced from K-12 schools in communities where local police have forged partnerships with Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers to better enforce immigration laws, according to a new study from researchers at Stanford University.
Jul 3 2019 | Stanford Earth Fellow, Research, Stanford
Fifteen million years ago, the Earth’s climate entered into a period of slow, continuous cooling, and simultaneously the Antarctic ice sheet grew steadily larger. Finally, around 2.5 million years ago, Greenland became covered in ice, thrusting the Earth into its current bipolar ice age.
Jul 3 2019 | Stanford Engineering Fellow, Research, Stanford
What’s good for one is not always best for all. Solitary wind turbines produce the most power when pointing directly into the wind. But when tightly packed lines of turbines face the wind on wind farms, wakes from upstream generators can interfere with those downstream. Like a speedboat slowed by...
Jul 2 2019 | School of Humanities and Sciences Stanford, Students
Stanford political scientist Kevin Mintz says his research on sexual freedoms has been shaped by everything from his own experience with cerebral palsy to his encounters with the arts and his study of political theory. Kevin Mintz, PhD '19, is a 2017 DARE Fellow. Read the full article

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