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Monday, September 30, 2019

Precision physics on a tabletop

Peter Graham and Savas Dimopoulos

With the future of large particle accelerators uncertain, theorists, including Peter Graham and Savas Dimopoulos, are exploring the use of smaller, more precise “tabletop” experiments. Read more.


science & technology

Why are mountains so high?

Stanford Earth researchers analyzed mountain ranges worldwide to show that a theory relating to erosion and mountain height doesn't always add up.

Yellowstone National Park

teaching & students

'Embrace the struggle'

In Limitless Mind, GSE's Jo Boaler challenges common beliefs about how people learn and suggests how parents can support their children. 

Joe Boaler

The Dish

Twenty-four Stanford doctoral students have been named to the newest cohort of the DARE Doctoral Fellowship Program. 


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