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His research spanned mineralogy, geochemistry, materials science, nuclear materials, physics, and chemistry, leading to the development of techniques to predict the long-term behavior of materials used in radioactive waste disposal.

The Stanford Center on China’s Economy and Institutions and Asia Society Policy Institute’s Center for China Analysis co-organized a closed-door roundtable on China's recent economic slowdown and produced summary report of the discussion.

SHP's Keith Humphreys argues that California’s problem isn’t that it offers housing first to recovering addicts — which is desperately needed — but that it offers nothing else.

Stanford researchers find persistent infertility takes a large toll on mental health and raises the likelihood of divorce.

At the Nikkei Forum, Freeman Spogli Institute scholars Oriana Skylar Mastro, Michael McFaul, Gi-Wook Shin, and Kiyoteru Tsutsui considered the impacts of the war in Ukraine, strategies of deterrence in Taiwan, and the growing tension between liberal democracy and authoritarian populism.

DREAMS Center for Diabetes Translational Research national enrichment program meeting draws early stage investigators focused on diabetes equity research.

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The probability that Putin would challenge a NATO member militarily is not high, but his history of miscalculations and overinflated ambition should remind the alliance not to underestimate the risks.

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine updates its 20-year-old report on inequities in the U.S. health-care system, with expert advise from Stanford Health Policy researchers.

Through the Policy Change Studio, students partner with international organizations to propose policy-driven solutions to new digital challenges.

Stanford Medicine researchers Jonathan Chen and Mary K. Goldstein are using data science and machine learning to help doctors make better informed decisions and health-care facilities to adopt a precision stewardship approach to combatting antimicrobial resistance.

Celebrating our 2024 PhD and MS graduates and our finishing Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Fellows.

Get to know our Undergraduate Summer Fellows who are working on a range of research projects to improve health and policy.

In his new advisory on the public health crisis of firearm violence, U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy cites research by Stanford Health Policy's Maya Rossin-Slater which lays out the devastating long-term impacts of school shootings on the classmates who survive them.

Could NATO survive a second Donald Trump administration? Most likely not—at least not with the United States as a committed ally and alliance leader.

In July 2024, the Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law will welcome a diverse cohort of 26 experienced practitioners from 21 countries who are working to advance democratic practices and economic and legal reform in contexts where freedom, human development, and good governance are fragile or at risk.

Anna Grzymala-Busse's book "Sacred Foundations" has been awarded the American Political Science Association's J. David Greenstone Award and the Hubert Morken Best Book in Religion and Politics Award. Erin Baggott Carter and Brett Carter's book "Propaganda in Autocracies" has won the Hazel Gaudet-Erskine Best Book Award from the International Journal of Press/Politics.

Twenty Stanford undergraduates participated in Stanford's first quarter-length overseas program in mainland China since the outbreak of COVID-19.

Skylar Coleman and Maya Rosales jointly delivered the student remarks at the graduation ceremony for the Class of 2024 of the Ford Dorsey Master's in International Policy.

At the graduation ceremony for the Ford Dorsey Master’s in International Policy Class of 2024, human rights and climate activist Kumi Naidoo commissioned the new alumni to pursue the numerous challenges facing the world with kindness, creativity, and responsibility.

Paul Wise and Lauren Stoffel concede U.S. immigration policy has always experienced big ups and downs. What makes this moment unique, they write in this commentary, is that the contentious public sentiment is bearing down on an unprecedented number of unaccompanied children.