From coast to coast, Americans of every political stripe say the nation's lawmakers are listening to all the wrong people.
An issue centering on a Stanford University professor has raised larger questions about the obligation to provide “balance” on controversial topics, especially at educational institutions.
Former "Dreamer" Sarahi Espinoza Salamanca, now a startup CEO, is among a growing number of Latino entrepreneurs redefining the American tech industry.
"Slogans aren’t a strategy," the Democratic front-runner said in a speech at Stanford University. "Loose cannons tend to misfire."
Stanford University has just taken a huge step toward helping students whose parents make less than $125,000 a year get a college education without accruing inordinate amounts of debt.
Researchers at Stanford University used genetic material to develop substances akin to "biological computers" that can monitor and possibly one day take control of cells into which they've been injected.
Americans believe climate change is happening but are unwilling to pay to build sea walls and relocate coastal communities, a Stanford University poll released Thursday found.
A single drug has proven capable of shrinking or curing human breast, ovarian, colon, bladder, brain, liver and prostate tumors that were transplanted into mice by overriding a chemical that normally blocks the immune system from destroying cancer cells.
Have we humans been getting dumber since we put down the hunting spear and picked up the trowel? Gerald Crabtree, a geneticist at Stanford University, believes so.
Researchers report that a gene variation that appears more frequently in women than men may help explain the long-established fact that females are more likely to develop the debilitating disease.