Researchers at Stanford have developed software that could increase the efficiency of cloud computing by eliciting more work from the available infrastructure at large-scale data centers.
Three hundred students gathered in the basement of Stanford’s Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center on Saturday for the Big Hack, the annual hackathon that pits Stanford against UC-Berkeley.
Even as federal patent reform legislation continues to spark debate between startups and patent-holding entities, Stanford — a leading source of innovation and patents — has remained neutral.
Earlier this year, the Vaden Health Center launched a new Birth Control Peer Educators (BCE) program that gives students the chance to act as peer counselors on the topic of birth control.
After a Feb. 28 court-ordered inspection of the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, two environmental groups filed a lawsuit on Mar. 11 against the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) for allegedly allowing Stanford University to endanger steelhead trout.
From Mar. 20 to Mar. 22, 88 students from colleges across the country visited Stanford and Silicon Valley through the National Center of Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter)’s University Innovation Fellows program to learn about entrepreneurship and innovation through hands-on designing, listening to speakers and even dancing.
As some students enter spring quarter still in search of elusive summer internships, a startup founded by four engineering students has sought to fix the “broken” hiring process.
The University has agreed to subsidize security fees for an allegedly anti-LGBT conference, after the spring quarter event was initially denied funding by the Graduate Student Council (GSC) and the Undergraduate Senate amidst community protests and subsequently assessed a $5,600 security fee.