Math 79SI: “Proof Positive: Principles of Mathematics” is a new student-initiated class that introduces students to basic mathematical proof-writing techniques.
In CS 107E: “Computer Systems from the Ground Up,” students receive a small single-board computer on the first day of class and build their own hardware-software system by the end of the quarter.
TreeHacks, Stanford’s annual collegiate hackathon, returned for its fourth year from Feb. 16 to 18.
After a four-year hiatus, the Stanford Undergraduate Mathematical Organization (SUMO) has brought back the Stanford Math Tournament (SMT), its annual math tournament for high school students.
Caribbean student groups across Stanford will come together Thursday to host a Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert in support of the Caribbean islands devastated by hurricanes in 2017.
Researchers from Stanford and SLAC captured the first atomic-level images of dendrites, a finger-like growth structure that forms while batteries charge and hinders the ability of batteries to retain energy.
A group of Stanford and Brown students have collaborated on a new platform, Cross-Link, which aims to make scientific research more accessible to journalists and the general public.