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Jul 8 2020 | Posted In: Meet the Researchers, Center News
A new multidisciplinary initiative convenes researchers across Stanford's campus and in Brazil to secure localized, high-quality data to fight human trafficking.
Jun 29 2020 | Posted In: Announcements
The King Center is pleased to announce that two Stanford junior faculty members have been selected to receive research funding for topics relevant to global development and poverty.
Jun 29 2020 | Posted In: Center News
The King Center held a special virtual event with Stanford Seed with experts who analyzed the Indian government’s initial response to COVID-19, as well as how the virus is impacting public programs, businesses and workers, and the healthcare sector. 
Jun 18 2020 | Posted In: Meet the Researchers
In a Q&A, Brandon de la Cuesta reflects on his time spent at the King Center as a 2019 - 2020 postdoctoral fellow, as well as his research on resource-revenue accountability.
Jun 11 2020 | Posted In: In the News
Karen Eggleston and Yong Suk Lee speak to the Oliver Wyman Forum on how robotics and advancing technologies are helping staff in Japanese nursing homes provide better and safer care to their patients.
Jun 11 2020 | Posted In: In the News
Meredith Startz talks on the Trade Talks podcast about her trade research in Lagos, Nigeria, and how COVID-19 is affecting Lagos traders.
Jun 11 2020 | Posted In: Announcements
The King Center is pleased to announce that eight Stanford PhD students have been awarded Graduate Student Fellowships and 14 graduate students have received research funding for their work in international development. 
Jun 8 2020 | Posted In: In the News
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, another source of deadly and increasingly frequent disease outbreaks goes largely unnoticed by much of the world.
Jun 3 2020 | Posted In: Meet the Researchers
In a Q&A, Sara Lowes reflects on her time spent at the King Center as a 2019 - 2020 postdoctoral fellow and her research in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Jun 1 2020 | Posted In: In the News
Taking a new approach to an old problem, Stanford researchers have created a device that could make converting seawater to freshwater profitable and environmentally benign.

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