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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

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Campus sustainability progress

As Earth Day approaches, Stanford sustainability turns to hard-to-quantify emissions, including those from campus food, goods, travel and investments.

Main Quad

science & technology

Extreme melt

Researchers deciphered data that shows one season of extreme melt can reduce the Greenland Ice Sheet’s capacity to store future meltwater.


science & technology

When cells migrate

Kolade Adebowale, left, and Ovijit Chaudhuri have developed materials that mimic the properties of biological tissues to study cell movement on tissues.

Kolade Adebowale, left, and Ovijit Chaudhuri 

The Dish

Five undergraduates have received BARRY GOLDWATER SCHOLARSHIPS, which encourage students to pursue research careers in the natural sciences, engineering and mathematics.

Goldwater Scholars

HRC Comms


  • Amy J. Blue Awards: Nominations for the 2021 Amy J. Blue Awards, which honor members of the Stanford staff who are exceptionally dedicated, supportive of colleagues and passionate about their work, are open until midnight on Friday, April 23. For more information and to submit a nomination, visit the Amy J. Blue Awards website.
  • Earth Week 2021: Join Sustainable Stanford for a series of virtual Earth Week programs designed to inspire. Learn more.

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