Stanford researchers have created a chip-sized particle accelerator smaller than a grain of salt and capable of accelerating electrons near the speed of light.
Communities with limited access to clean water look set to benefit from the recent fabrication of “synthetic nanoscavengers,” which can clear out harmful contaminants from water, by an interdisciplinary team of Stanford scientists.
Students are taught how to examine a DNA sequence and given the option of studying their own genetic data.
Efforts by Stanford Law School’s Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance to prompt congressional action that would lower the cost of renewable energy projects… Continue Reading »
Researchers at the Stanford Covert System Biology Lab recently developed the world’s first whole-cell model of all the biological processes in a cell, which can be used to educate medical decisions, such as allowing for more detailed prognoses delivered to patients.
Researchers at the Stanford Covert System Biology Lab recently developed the world’s first whole-cell model of all the biological processes in a cell, which can… Continue Reading »
Efforts by Undergraduate Advising and Research (UAR) to ease students’ uncertainty when choosing a major, including events like Majors Night, have led to a decrease in the number of juniors who are undeclared entering autumn quarter, from 544 in 2009 to 359 this year, according to Koren Bakkegard, associate dean of UAR.