Drew Endy and Christina Smolke, partners in life and in the lab, are at the leading edge of a bioengineering revolution: using genetic material to make living entities with utilitarian purposes. You might say they’re trying to build a better world.
The brains behind hit reality shows such as The Bachelor, Andrea Wong, MBA '93, moved to Lifetime and did her own version of an extreme makeover. The results have impressed industry insiders and attracted viewers, but will advertisers buy what she's selling?
René Girard's theories about the human condition have made him a giant among contemporary philosophers and a revered figure in his native France. His ideas offer a sobering view of where humanity is headed.
A nationally acclaimed group of football recruits arrives on campus soon, but they’ve been acting like teammates for months.
My trailer and me
Whose Woods these are: All nine members of this family graduated from Stanford
Everything in alignment? This putter might help
Women remember the way Stanford was during World War II
An artist looks at Victorian mourning, through the lens of Leland Jr.
Author Danzy Senna finds her roots in the South
The Effort Effect
Seeing at the Speed of Sound
Let Me Introduce Myself
Dunder Mifflin Going Out of Business
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