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Following tests on three epilepsy patients, researchers found there were spikes in electrical activity whenever the subjects were faced mathematical equations, even just with words like 'more than' or 'many' The results mean potential new medical applications, such as brain chips that grant people who cannot speak a way of communicating Science ... (more)
PALO ALTO The USC men's water polo team will contend for a sixth consecutive national championship today after Saturday's 10-3 win over St. Francis Brooklyn in the semifinals of the NCAA Championships at Stanford.
Dozens of doctors, nurses and medical staff from Palo Alto Medical Foundation and Stanford Hospital and Clinics are making their way to Palo Alto's Philippine sister city, Palo, on Leyte Island, and other areas in an ongoing campaign to provide medical aid amid the devastation from Hurricane Haiyan.
Single-occupancy car trips remain the "preferred mode" of transportation for Palo Alto residents who commute to work, as well as for non-residents who commute into the city for work each day.
Contrary to popular belief, "Fiddler on the Roof" hasn't always been with us. Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick 's ubiquitous musical about Tevye the milkman celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2014 - it just seems older.
Beginning today, a section of Welch Road between South Pasteur Drive and Campus Drive will be closed to traffic for approximately four months.
Amir Rubin heads Stanford Hospital & Clinics, which is central to a new narrow network health option being offered to 15,000 Stanford employees.
In sub-Saharan Africa, about one in five people purchase water from neighbors connected to public or private utility lines.
Professor Lambertus Hesselink's new iLab could solve the long-standing issue of incorporating lab work with the teaching available through MOOCs.
Held in a festive atmosphere of optimism, the world's fairs of the late 19th and early 20th centuries were designed to inspire, impress and entertain.
Our Ask Stanford Med series is taking a break until the New Year. But there's still opportunity to interact with a health expert this month - thanks to Open Office Hours on the Stanford University Facebook page .
Cellist Maya Beiser. The Israeli musician performs in "Linked Verse," a fusion of sound and image that blends Japanese and Western styles of music.
Freeze Warning for Santa Clara County was issued at December 09 at 9:04AM PST