Taste and smell, often regarded as subsidiary senses to sight and sound, have yet to catch up to their visual and aural counterparts in modern technology.
A year after being awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Frances Arnold stood before a crowd at the Sapp Center to speak in the 2019 Biology-Chemistry Colloquium about her discoveries in the generation of novel enzymes through evolutionary stress and pressure.
Each week, The Daily’s Science & Tech section produces a roundup of the most exciting and influential research happening on campus or otherwise related to Stanford. Here’s our digest for the week of Sept. 29 – Oct. 5. Echolocation in unrelated species found to have same genetic changes Echolocation, a navigation technique used to find…
One way to help solve questions in science is designed for almost anyone: playing video games — more specifically, scientific discovery games (SDGs). Associate biology professor Rhiju Das and assistant bioengineering professor Ingmar Riedel-Kruse have both worked with SDGs at Stanford.
Situated behind the Gates Computer Science Building in what will soon become the science quad, the newly constructed Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Biology Research Building is positioning itself to pave the future of science, pushing for broader, more interdisciplinary research.
An exploration of resentment and our moral reactions, drawing from P.F. Strawson and other traditions of thought
Agnieszka Czechowicz ’05 Ph.D. ’10 M.D. ’11, assistant professor in pediatrics, has developed a preventive gene therapy treatment that would eliminate the need for radiation and help children accept healthy stem cells.
Yasmin Hurd, director of the Mount Sinai Addiction Institute, deconstructed the neurobiology behind addiction disorders and presented new approaches for treatment of such diseases in a Thursday lecture.