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Having to plug smartphones into chargers every 24 hours, give or take, may seem ridiculously old-school a decade from now.
5 hrs ago | Medical News Today
What some commentators are calling Google's "most ambitious project ever" - an attempt to "map" the human body - has been unveiled.
9 hrs ago | Fox News
New research has found that the brains of children with autism are relatively inflexible at switching from rest to task and this inflexibility is correlated with behaviors characteristic of the disorder.
10 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
Stanford students march back to White Plaza after assembling outside of Vice Provost Greg Boardman's office to demand better protections for victims of sexual assault, during a rally at the plaza on June 5, 2014.
11 hrs ago | JD Journal
DLA Piper announced today that Shane Albright has joined the firm's Corporate and Finance practice as a partner in the Silicon Valley office.
11 hrs ago | Medical Daily
Children with autism have less flexible brains than those without the developmental disorder, researchers at Stanford University said Tuesday.
The Hamilton singer and actress is about to head to Stanford University in the United States to take part in an intensive jazz vocal programme at the university's prestigious Institute of Jazz.
To overcome problems with using pure lithium as an anode, the Stanford researchers built a protective layer of interconnected carbon domes that sits on top of the lithium anode surface, dubbed "nanospheres" by the researchers.
The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford received major gifts of works by three notable American artists in July 2014.
Mariano-Florentino Cuellar, a Mexican-born Stanford University law professor, is Gov. Jerry Brown's pick as the next associate justice of the California Supreme Court.
The coming era of autonomous autos raises concerns about legal liability and safety, but there are good reasons to believe that robot cars may exceed human drivers when it comes to practical and even ethical decision making.
Scientists and researchers at Stanford University speculate that the Earth is on the brink of its sixth mass extinction.
Engineers use carbon nanospheres to protect lithium from the reactive and expansive problems that have restricted its use as an anode Engineers across the globe have been racing to design smaller, cheaper and more efficient rechargeable batteries to meet the power storage needs of everything from handheld gadgets to electric cars.
But the risk is about 20 times more significant than it would be without global warming, and it may require planning by organizations that are affected by international food availability and price.
Mark Appel arguably should have started the year at Class AA Corpus Christi after dominating at Stanford University and being taken first overall in last year's draft.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 08:10 pm
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