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  • Stanford research reveals the rapidly growing influence of wildfire smoke on air quality trends across most of the United States. Wildfire smoke in recent years has slowed or reversed progress toward cleaner air in 35 states, erasing a quarter of gains made since 2000.

    Stanford News
  • Studying the chemical secrets locked in coastal rocks, a geoscientist says we can know what coastlines looked like long ago and understand where they are headed tomorrow.

    Stanford Engineering

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  • This brief presents computer vision as an essential technique that can help policymakers understand residential solar usage. The research uses computer vision to build a nationwide dataset to capture information about solar PV deployment in the United States across time and geography in an automated and scalable manner.

    Stanford Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence
  • Spotlight: Edward Apraku

    "I was born in Kumasi, Ghana, and moved to the U.S. with my parents and older sister when I was 2 years old. We lived in a predominantly white and wealthy suburb of Phoenix, Arizona, where I really never saw individuals who looked like me, which often left me feeling out of place."

    Stanford Engineering

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