The drought in California is historically severe, and future ones may be worse if climate models prove true. But there's plenty of water to go around, say Stanford faculty immersed in the issue, if we value it properly and conserve it more sensibly.
At Stanford, Tom Frost was shy, undersized and unremarkable. But he found his bliss on the granite rock faces of Yosemite and reached career heights that made generations of followers marvel.
Making batteries better is not just a goal for Professor Yi Cui—it's something close to a life's work. His breakthroughs hold the promise of far-reaching electric cars, long-running smartphones and a cleaner, greener world.
He survived the '89 quake
America in decline? Not so fast
For veterans, a jump start
Getting back in the career game
When it matters most, umpires hedge
What tourist photos tell
HBO comes calling
Experts put their heads together
Making batteries better
The man behind Mem Chu's music
Lessons from a culinary education
What is war good for? As it turns out, quite a bit, says a provocative new book by historian Ian Morris.
Letting go of being let go
Christopher Anne Suczek, PhD '77
William Wesley Trimpi Jr., '50
James Daniel "Jimmy" Fowkes, '14
Let Me Introduce Myself
The Vexing Legacy of Lewis Terman
The Effort Effect
What It Takes
What to do With Your VHS Tapes: Essential Answer
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