2 hrs ago | EurekAlert!
Ethnic background plays a surprisingly large role in how diabetes develops on a cellular level, according to two new studies led by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
7 hrs ago | Marin Independent Journal
7 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
Most students read about genetics in a textbook. Stanford University students are reading something far more intimate: their own DNA code.
8 hrs ago | Circulation
From the Department of Immunology and Cell Biology, Institute of Parasitology and Biomedicine Lopez-Neyra, CSIC, Granada, Spain ; Departments of Cell Biology, Physiology, and Immunology, University of Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina and Reina Sofia University Hospital, Institute Maimonides of Biomedical Research of Cordoba, Cordoba, Spain, and CIBER ... (more)
12 hrs ago | Bio IT World
The challenge in healthcare is to change what is-and what isn't-a billable question, said 23andMe founder Ann Wojicicki, giving the opening keynote yesterday at the Big Data in Biomedicine conference at Stanford University.
16 hrs ago | Times-Standard
Three College of the Redwoods students were selected to present their original research at the Bay Honors Symposium at Stanford University on May 4. Cristina Bauss presented her research paper titled "Cleo from 5 to 7: Agnes Varda's 1962 Landmark Film." The paper is a study of 50 years of film reviews to understand "why it took so long for this ... (more)
William B. Gould IV sat down with Book TV to discuss his book, "Bargaining with Baseball." Prof.
Left panel: Air molecules whiz around at a variety of speeds, and some are very fast.
An associate professor of bioengineering at Stanford University has been charged with felony parent abduction after taking her three children on what authorities contend was a one-way trip to the Hawaiian Islands.
Researchers have developed a new type of wearable sensor that could greatly improve the accuracy and practicality of heart monitoring.
David Stuckler , co-author of the book, "The Body Economic: Why Austerity Kills.
Librarians and information advocates Jim A. Jacobs and James R. Jacobs talk about their organization, Free Government Information and their efforts to raise all Congressional, Executive & Judicial Branch information, publications and data, including current fee-based services, to the level of federally funded scientific information, and the ... (more)
Tracy has agricultural roots and affordable homes, but a new study reveals a less obvious distinction for this Central Valley city: Doctors use internal radiation to treat men for prostate cancer at the highest rate in California, more than four times the state average.
A new economic model is emerging as the millennials are thinking smart about ways to make money on everything they own.
Editor's Note: LTN 's Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay interviews Roland Vogl Tuesday at LegalTech West Coast, in the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles, at 3:45 p.m. There also is a panel discussion about Lex Machina at 1:30. Stanford University is a legendary breeding ground for startups - Silicon Valley giants Google Inc., Yahoo Inc., and Cisco ... (more)