A new model by Stanford Earth's Norm Sleep of the impact that created the moon might upend theories about Earth, too.
Stanford Earth's Devon Orme shares her experience of doing field work in Tibet and Patagonia.
The relationship between SLAC and Stanford goes back 60 years, to a meeting where Stanford physicists helped plot construction of the linear accelerator. Since that time, collaborations between Stanford and SLAC scientists contributed to four Nobel prizes in physics and chemistry.
Through the use of mathematical models, Stanford researchers have better defined the powerful processes that carved some of the largest canyons on Earth, deep under the oceans.