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Stanford Women’s Basketball 1h
Sweet for 12 straight seasons.
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In an advance that could accelerate development and improve manufacturing, scientists have found how to accurately predict the useful lifespan of lithium-ion batteries, used in devices from mobile phones to electric cars.
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A study of more than 40.5 million births found potentially harmful effects of advanced paternal age on a baby’s risk of prematurity, seizures, low birth weight and low Apgar score, as well as a mother’s odds of developing gestational diabetes.
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A team of Stanford chemists has developed a way to convert seawater, which makes up about 97 percent of water on Earth, into hydrogen, which could one day be used to power everything from cars to buildings.
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The lessons of history work at a high level of abstraction, Ian Morris says. "You don’t get yes or no answers ... [but] you get a sense of what kinds of questions you should be asking and what the range of plausible answers might be."
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Stanford Athletics Mar 23
When everything you've worked so hard for results in this moment... Can't beat the feeling.
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Stanford University Mar 22
This winter quarter, the Program in African and African American Studies marked 50 years since its first cohort of 13 Stanford undergraduates began their coursework.
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Stanford University Mar 22
Ibtihaj Muhammad – an activist and entrepreneur whose participation in the Olympics helped make her a prominent voice for religious tolerance – has been named Stanford’s 2019 Baccalaureate speaker.
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Stanford Athletics Mar 21
. got a putting lesson from and it paid off 😏
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Stanford University Mar 21
Josiah McElheny's "Island Universe," on view at , draws inspiration from the inflationary multiverse and the chandeliers at the Met.
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Stanford University Mar 21
"Creative research is not a job — it’s a full-time, almost childlike obsession driven by the curiosity that all kids have. I see myself as a kid who’s never had to grow up." - Jim Spudich, professor of biochemistry
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Stanford University Mar 20
.'s advice to students: "Do what makes you smile. Don't plan too rigidly. Travel, especially to where you don’t know the language. And then come back and apply to the Attorney General’s office."
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Stanford University Mar 20
In the new Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Biology Research Building, which will be formally dedicated this week, Stanford biology faculty and students once spread across campus are now together under one roof.
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Stanford Archives Mar 15
Leland , Jr. drawings of ships
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Stanford University Mar 20
"I genuinely can say that I've learned something from everyone who's been part of my Stanford journey. The people here have shaped me."
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Stanford University Mar 20
In a bid to understand the origins of many childhood diseases, a team plans to broadly characterize the metabolic profiles of thousands of babies, children and pregnant women.
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Stanford University Mar 19
"There’s a whole set of social problems where the conventional wisdom is that we don’t have a solution. But we just haven’t tried this next set of (AI) technologies.” -
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Stanford University Mar 19
A study led by 's Prashant Loyalka found that undergraduate seniors in the U.S. studying computer science outperformed their peers in China, India and Russia.
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Stanford University Mar 19
A team of Stanford researchers found that online shopping helped typical households gain $1,150 in terms of convenience and expanded choice in 2017, but it has also exacerbated income inequality.
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Stanford University Mar 19
As levels of carbon dioxide in the air increase, certain crops will carry less zinc and iron, according to data gathered by Stanford researchers.
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