Pushing the envelope on team collaboration
May 16, 2023
The airport, working with the CDC and a biotech company, will be the first in the United States to regularly test plane sewage.
May 11, 2023
April 26, 2023
Takeaways from an academic conference held at Stanford GSB on February 24-25, 2023
April 24, 2023
SCPD has partnered with the Department of Energy’s Project Leadership Institute to help ensure projects are expertly managed.
March 24, 2023
A collaborative study with Stanford Center at Incheon Global Campus, CEE, and Stanford Medicine
Researchers have developed methods for using wastewater to track the levels of various respiratory viruses in a population.
March 23, 2023
Funds from Environmental Protection Agency will support research on how climate change affects marginalized communities
March 01, 2023
Across the country WastewaterSCAN expanded its disease tracking from COVID-19 to include influenza, RSV, mpox, and HMPV in addition to Norovirus
February 24, 2023
The award is for the paper "Structure-Agnostic Gait Cycle Segmentation for In-Home Gait Health Monitoring through Footstep-Induced Structural Vibrations"
February 17, 2023
Stanford beats the competition for the 7th year in a row
February 15, 2023
Hameldari and Fischer awarded for "Role of Blockchain-Enabled Smart Contracts in Automating Construction Progress Payments"
January 24, 2023
When providers act to curtail water use or invest in new infrastructure because of a drought, bills can rise for low-income households and drop for high-income households.
January 19, 2023
For her extraordinary accomplishments in the development of probabilistic seismic hazard modeling and her commitment to seismic safety of communities throughout the world.
January 17, 2023
Many researchers, scientists and lawmakers argue that Americans need to reduce their use of fossil fuels much sooner than they may have planned.
Students attended an exclusive tour at Shasta Dam — a hydroelectric power plant capable of supplying electricity to half a million homes.
January 10, 2023
Simpson advances fundamental understanding of the risks posed by natural hazards to the built environment by laying the algorithmic foundation for high-fidelity simulations
January 04, 2023
Working to increase transparency and communication on multiple levels
December 01, 2022
Tax rebates for installing residential solar power have done little to spur adoption in low-income communities in the United States, while a less common incentive seems to succeed.
November 21, 2022
Deierlein specializes in the seismic design and behavior of structures, computational simulation of buildings and civil infrastructure, and performance-based engineering.
November 16, 2022