A startup founded by Stanford researchers wants to use one second of light while you’re sleeping to cure your jet lag. A sleep mask developed by LumosTech emits the light while the user sleeps, which developers claim make people feel tired three hours earlier or later per use, making it easier for travelers to adjust to a new sleep schedule.
The Daily staff would just like to take a quick moment to thank all of our wonderful interns, who participated (read: tolerated) us for about eight weeks of their summer, writing for practically all of our sections and contributed so much time and effort to help run The Daily over the summer.
In the past year or so, acai bowls have been popping up on Instagram, Snapchat and in different restaurants here in Palo Alto. And though the bowls can be a sweet, filling and relatively healthy brunch option, they can get pricey at around $8 a bowl. Find out how to make them in your own kitchen!
Call9, a telemedicine service that acts as an alternative to calling 911, recently brought its product out of its beta test phase and into the market.
Here’s the question on everyone’s mind: what to eat tonight? Enter Dishful, a startup recently founded by Stanford and University of Southern California alums, that is introducing a novel concept to eating healthful, homemade meals, delivered to your door.
SUPost.com, an online classifieds site used by the Stanford community, was found to be unresponsive as of Wednesday afternoon.
Polar CEO Borui Wang ’14 created Polarr as a way to make professional photo editing tools available to everyone.
On Sunday, June 28, a couple of miscreant Stanford Daily interns planned to catch the 9:34 a.m. Caltrain from Menlo Park.