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Stanford Report
Tuesday, April 27, 2021

science & technology

Getting soaked

Buyer beware: Single-family homes in floodplains – almost 4 million U.S. homes – are overvalued by nearly $44 billion collectively, a new study says.

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science & technology

The path to modern humans

Researchers examined 14,000 genetic differences between modern humans and our most recent ancestors at a new level of detail. 

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Law & Policy

CRISPR people, designer babies

Law Professor Hank Greely explains the science behind gene editing while telling the story of Chinese scientist He Jiankui’s controversial experiment. 

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The Dish

DAVID LAITIN has received the Johan Skytte Prize in Political Science for his “original and objective exploration of how culture shapes political strategies in heterogenous societies.”


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Announcements

  • Wear denim: Help mark Sexual Assault Awareness Month at Stanford by wearing denim on Denim Day, which is Wednesday, April 28. Wear denim to protest against the misconceptions that surround sexual violence. Learn more about Denim Day and about activities sponsored by the Office of Sexual Harassment/Assault, Response & Education (SHARE) at Stanford. 

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