Stanford announced on April 10 that it had developed an in-house antibody test that could detect the presence of antibodies for SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19. Behind the scenes, there was unprecedented collaboration between researchers at Stanford that made it possible to develop an antibody test with such rapid turnaround.
Wearable devices run by algorithms can alert a user when their heart rate, skin temperature or other physiological indicators signal that their body is fighting an infection.
The Friday seminar convened Stanford’s leading experts in Asian healthcare systems in a discussion about the important lessons for the future from the policy responses across Asia.
“A Tale of Two Kitchens,” a documentary released on Netflix on May 22, tells the story of two restaurants owned by Mexican restaurateur Gabriela Camara. Directed by Trisha Ziff, the short film explores the dynamics of working in the culinary industry and the spirit that fuels Camara’s restaurants. The interior of Contramar, which opened in…
To those disillusioned after the 2016 presidential election, “Knock Down the House”, a documentary featuring four women — including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — who ran for public office in 2018, offers a message of hope through the stories of women who fight to improve their broken communities. Directed by Rachel Lears, “Knock Down the House”, released…
Food is one of the gateways to a society’s culture. As a Korean American, one of the times I feel closest to my heritage is eating beef short rib soup in Downtown L.A. or rice cake soup during New Year’s Day gatherings. On a human level, the act of eating food brings people together and…
On Nov. 17, the US-Ireland Alliance announced its Mitchell Scholars Class of 2020, including Ella Bunnell ’19 and Matthew Wigler ’19.
Following last February’s announcement of the inaugural Knight-Hennessy Scholars program cohort, the program, which is the largest fully-endowed graduate studies program in the world, announced two additional Scholars earlier this year. This brings the total count from 49 to 51.
At Wednesday’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting, members continued to discuss concerns over the lack of dining options for graduate students.
Three Knight-Hennessy Scholars attended Stanford as undergraduates: Jason Khoo ’16, Matthew Colford ’14 and Amanda Zerbe ’15.
The Knight-Hennessy Scholars program has chosen its pioneering cohort of 49 students, according to a Stanford News report released Thursday.