Stanford University
Stanford Planting Farm

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This collaborative project seeks to explore Franco-American relations in the eighteenth century, particularly from 1763 to 1789, from two angles.

Archeological Dig

The adoption of agriculture and animal husbandry 11,000 years ago altered not only economic activities, but also the social and ritual practices that governed human interactions.

Changes in arousal are at the core of neuropsychiatric disease, including depression and other mood disorders.

Health systems in developing countries are confronted with the coexistence of undernutrition along with chronic diseases such as obesity and diabetes, while greater exposure to globalization shapes

The discovery of the Higgs boson, a subatomic particle responsible for endowing all other particles with mass, is one of the major discoveries of the last decade.

The rise of obesity in childhood is a concern in both Europe and North America.

Large variations in seasonal temperature and rainfall threaten crop production, food prices, and food security at local to global scales.

Despite the well-proven benefits of proton therapy for tumor treatment there are less than 50 particle therapy facilities in the world.

Anti-discrimination laws are an important part of efforts to fight racism, sexism, religious bigotry and anti-gay prejudice in a growing number of nations world-wide.

In developed countries about 80% of the total population suffers from acute and 5–10% from permanent lower back pain (LBP).