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  • Ocean acidification driven by human-caused CO2 emissions could have a larger impact than previously thought, researchers have found — and the transformations, which include the displacement of long-lived species and heightened ecosystem instability, will “ultimately impact people,” says Stanford marine biologist Fiorenza Micheli. https://stanford.io/2Eu6sMi

      

  • How has China managed to grow in the world economy? Comparative corporate governance expert Curtis Milhaupt discusses Chinese state-owned enterprises and their implications for the authoritarian nation's domestic economy and policy makers abroad during a live taping of the “Stanford Legal” podcast. Part 2 of this conversation can be viewed on the @Stanford Law Facebook page. For past episodes: https://stanford.io/2SqmNob

      

  • Katrina Eiland, JD ’10, serves as a staff attorney with the ACLU's with the Immigrants’ Rights Project. She discusses the Trump administration's termination of DACA, family separation and more during a live taping of the “Stanford Legal” podcast. Part 2 of this conversation can be viewed on the Stanford Law Facebook page. For past episodes, visit: https://stanfordradio.stanford.edu

      

  • Voting law expert Nate Persily discusses gerrymandering, the 2018 midterms and the 2020 census during a live taping of the "Stanford Legal" podcast. Part 2 of this conversation can be viewed on the Stanford Law Facebook page. For past episodes, visit: https://stanford.io/2SqmNob

      

  • In the Stanford Graduate School of Education’s Learning, Design and Technology master’s program, students employ emergent technology to build solutions to learning problems. Tune in as director Karin Forssell discusses edtech on the “School’s In” podcast. For past episodes, visit: http://stanfordradio.stanford.edu

      

  • To what extent is climate change to blame for recent natural disasters like California’s Camp Fire, and how will law and policy respond? Buzz Thompson, an expert in water and natural resources law, discusses in a live taping of the "Stanford Legal" podcast. Part 2 of this conversation can be viewed on the Stanford Law Facebook page. For past episodes, visit: https://stanford.io/2SqmNob

      

  • Fifty years ago today, Doug Engelbart of the Stanford Research Institute (now SRI International) performed the "Mother of All Demos" — the world debut of personal and interactive computing. It was the realization of a vision he’d developed as a graduate student in electrical engineering: that we’d one day be able to "fly" through information spaces, and that the computer would become an extension of human communication capabilities and an augmentation of intellect. https://stanford.io/2ElOV90

      

  • Is China winning the global AI race? How will developments in AI impact the job market, wealth inequality and the global economy? Tune in as Susan Athey, Stanford Graduate School of Business professor, Erik Brynjolfsson, MIT Sloan School of Management professor and Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, tech executive and venture capitalist, discuss the race for international leadership in AI as well as the ways AI will shape the future of work. This talk is a part of the AI Salon series presented by the Stanford Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI) initiative.

      

  • Professor Jim Sonne and student Liz Klein discuss the constitutional right of religious liberty during a live taping of "Stanford Legal," a podcast from the Stanford Law School. For past episodes, visit: https://stanford.io/2SqmNob

      

  • Rabia Belt discusses voting rights for the disabled and the formerly incarcerated during a live taping of "Stanford Legal," a podcast from the Stanford Law School. For past episodes, visit: https://stanford.io/2SqmNob

      

  • Professor Tom Heller, faculty director of the new Sustainable Finance Initiative at Stanford, discusses the legal and financial challenges in the effort to solve climate change during a live taping of "Stanford Legal," a podcast from the Stanford Law School. View past episodes here: https://stanford.io/2SqmNob

      

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Ocean acidification driven by human-caused CO2 emissions could have a larger impact than previously thought, researchers have found — and the transformations, which include the displacement of long-lived species and heightened ecosystem instability, will “ultimately impact people,” says Stanford marine biologist Fiorenza Micheli. https://stanford.io/2Eu6sMi

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