Researchers at the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) have developed a more accurate method to predict hospital wait times.
A small set of nerve cells is known to trigger aggressive behavior in male mice, but Stanford researchers have discovered that environmental factors can actually override this biological activation of aggression.
Coffee can not only extend the amount of time one stays awake but also one’s lifespan, according to a recent European study. By tracking the lifespans and coffee-drinking habits of Europeans from 10 different countries, researchers have found that people who drink three cups of coffee a day tend to live longer. The study in…
A fire broke out in The Dish trail near Interstate 280 late Tuesday night, August 22. Fire officials speculated that an animal – most likely a bird – hit and damaged wires that set off the 3-acre grass fire. Santa Clara County and Palo Alto Fire resources were at the scene of the fire and extinguished the blaze in approximately 30 minutes.
In this edition of Glam Grads, The Stanford Daily met with Glenn Markov, a sixth-year Ph.D. candidate in the School of Medicine’s department of genetics.