An ongoing contract dispute between University hospitals and 2,700 nurses looks set to continue after nurses last week rejected a new contract agreement negotiated by the hospitals and union leaders earlier this month.
A group of Stanford researchers have developed a new technique for tracking cell interactions in living bodies, an advance that has significant implications for revealing information about the migration of metastatic cancer cells.
The No. 40 Stanford men’s tennis team finished its season with a loss in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Malibu, Calif., falling… Continue Reading »
Researchers at the Stanford School of Medicine have discovered that BAF protein complexes may prevent the development of tumors in multiple kinds of human tissue.
The MobiSocial Computing Lab, an industrial affiliate program in the School of Engineering, recently began accepting entries for its first-ever design competition for middle and high school students interested in developing mobile phone applications.
EmailValet, an application produced through collaboration between doctoral student Nicolas Kokkalis and members of Stanford’s Human-Computer Interaction group, allows users to connect with a remote email assistant while restricting the assistant’s access to the user’s personal information.