The global pandemic has derailed progress toward the SDGs as developing countries now balance long-term investments in health, education, roads, electricity, and water with spending to protect lives and livelihoods
Participants will then be engaged with further presentations of evidence from academic practice, discussing concerns, findings from research and evaluations and reflecting on achievements.
The fourth lecture in The D’Arcy Lectures series, exploring the concept of Common Good through the three lenses of Aristotle’s philosophy, Catholic teaching, and contemporary political liberalism.
Public-spirited regulators have begun to address algorithmic transparency and online fairness, building on the work of legal scholars who have called for technological due process, platform neutrality, and nondiscrimination principles.
The fifth lecture in The D’Arcy Lectures series, exploring the concept of Common Good through the three lenses of Aristotle’s philosophy, Catholic teaching, and contemporary political liberalism.
After a year of uncertainty, it is the joy of the Women’s Community Center to announce that we will be featuring Actress and Activist, Dominique Jackson, alongside a panel of inspiring local activists to share their wisdom, stories, and journey to activism with the Stanford community and beyond.
Through this avenue of precision health, we can tailor medical care to every individual, and provide every patient with the right medication at the right dosage at the right time.
As in most of the world, agricultural expansion and intensification are driving land-use and land-cover change in the Amazon.
The Stanford King Center on Global Development will host a conversation with two experts on the future of aid as part of the center’s ongoing Speaker Series.
In this talk, in addition to design principles, I will discuss the application of zwitterionic material to implants, stem cell cultures for controlled preservation/expansion/differentiation, medical devices and drug delivery carriers