Just over two miles away from the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC), Stanford scientists have developed a prototype for a nanoscale particle accelerator — a gadget small enough to fit on a chip and whose miniature size could offer a new approach to cancer therapy while simultaneously increasing scientific access to a highly-coveted instrument.
At 824,000 square feet with a three-level atrium capped by a 120-ft diameter glass dome, the facility will replace the existing Stanford hospital, which is not compliant with Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) earthquake code.
Swinging into action for the first time this season, Stanford women’s golf dominated the links in Portland, Oregon and came away from the Molly Intercollegiate on Tuesday with the team title as well as individual title, courtesy of senior Andrea Lee. Meanwhile, men’s golf finished ninth at the Nike College Invitational.
More than a hundred people from across the Bay Area gathered near the intersection of Willow Road and Bayfront Expressway to commemorate Chen’s life and to protest the tech giant’s lack of transparency in the wake of his death.
The new center for biomedical ethics is working with Columbia University in New York to create an online hub of bioethics resources.
Off to a flying start, No. 2 Stanford men’s water polo (4-0, 0-0 MPSF) raced to a seventh consecutive 4-0 start over the weekend at the Navy Invitational, picking up blowout wins over Navy, Iona, Johns Hopkins and No. 12 Princeton.
Hungry to avenge its NCAA championship defeat against USC last season, No. 2 men’s water polo kicks off its season at the Navy Invitational in Annapolis, Maryland this weekend with four games against weaker competition.
Last time the Cardinal graced the waters of Avery Aquatic Center, they had fallen just short of a miraculous comeback against their most embittered rival in the biggest game of the season. In 2019, the Stanford men’s water polo team looks to reverse its fortunes and snap a 16-year championship drought, the longest in the…
After a fifth-place finish at the 2019 NCAA Championships with Stanford women’s golf, rising-senior Andrea Lee has been named the winner of the Mark H. McCormack Medal, which recognizes the top player in the World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR).
Stanford men’s golf celebrated early Wednesday morning at Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Arkansas with the program’s ninth national title and its first since 2007. After eking out wins over third-seeded Wake Forest and second-seeded Vanderbilt in the quarter- and semifinals on Tuesday, the Cardinal dispatched No. 5 Texas 3-2 with none of its match wins reaching the final hole.
Clutch play from junior David Snyder and freshman Daulet Tuleubayev helped Stanford men’s golf punch its ticket to the NCAA Championship Final, which will be held on Tuesday at Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The sixth-seeded Cardinal took down No. 3 Wake Forest and No. 2 Vanderbilt in the quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively. Stanford will match up against No. 5 Texas in the final looking for its ninth national title and first since 2007.
No. 12 Stanford men’s golf will make its sixth straight appearance at the NCAA Championships on Friday — the first day of the six-day national tournament from May 24-29 at Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Stanford is an eight-time national title winner but has not captured top honors since 2007.
Nearly a hundred people gathered on the corners of the intersection between El Camino Real and Embarcadero Road on Tuesday afternoon, joining a nationwide movement protesting legislation that has made abortions increasingly inaccessible in the United States.
No. 7 Stanford women’s golf advances to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship after placing seventh through the first three rounds of the tournament play at Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Stanford was one of eight teams to qualify for the playoff round of the tournament and will face off against No. 3 Duke in the quarterfinals.
On Wednesday morning, No. 12 Stanford men’s golf won its fourth consecutive tournament with a comfortable victory at the NCAA Stanford Regional on its home course.
This year, Cardinal water polo returned to the NCAA championship game for the first time in a decade but fell short of its ultimate goal of reclaiming the national title, losing to embittered rival USC in the NCAA final.
The No. 12 Stanford men’s golf team tees off on Monday for the three-day NCAA Stanford Regional on its home course, playing host to 12 other teams and ten individuals.
Geoff Bradley, the consulting project manager for the county on the GUP, led most of the afternoon’s discussion, outlining the implications of Stanford’s new proposal on local traffic, housing, zoning and environmental impact.
No. 23 Stanford women’s lacrosse (13-5, 7-3 Pac-12) opens its ninth NCAA Tournament on Friday against No. 7 Notre Dame (13-4, 5-2 ACC) in Evanston, Illinois after falling out of the Pac-12 Tournament in the quarterfinals yet still qualifying for the national playoffs. Stanford joins Pac-12 champion No. 18 USC and runner-up No. 20 Colorado…
Soccer holds an interesting position in the minds and attentions of American sports fans. The United States is in the minority of countries in which soccer, or futbόl as it is called internationally, is not the dominant sport and, particularly in the case of the U.S., is not even a major sport.
On Friday, officials from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) removed radioactive material from a San Carlos home formerly owned by recently deceased SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory employee Ronald Seefred.
The Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) has filed a lawsuit in Northern California U.S. District Court against Palo Alto technology company VMware for discriminatory employment that violates state and federal laws.