Stanford researchers are planning to launch new tests on a possible drug to treat the Ebola virus. Early tests on a repurposed cancer drug were inconclusive and more data is needed.
This video series explores how the humanities are not fading but evolving. Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are the engine of the future, but the humanities are the oil.
Teddy Steinkellner’s second novel, to be published in July, follows the success of his debut book about the awkward life of middle schoolers.
Two students reflect on their experiences at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) and Predominantly White Institutions (PWI).
At the Stanford School of Medicine’s annual Health Matters conference, Manu Prakash showcased the Foldscope, a microscope that costs less than a dollar and has a resolution of 700 nanometers.
Institutional philanthropy was recently the center of an onstage conversation between the program director of Stanford’s Ethics in Society Program and the CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The percussionist isn’t old enough to get a driver’s license, but the teenage members of the Chocolate Heads band can play almost any instrument you throw at them.
A year ago, Stanford janitor Hugo Mendoza wasn’t able to speak a single word in English. However, his life has been transformed since he joined “Habla.”
Many football fans don’t really know what goes into the product they see on the field weekly throughout the season. Get a glimpse into Stanford’s play-calling philosophy through the minds and words of the Stanford coaching staff.