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Stanford Medicine 22h
. researchers are exploring an AI-based robotics system that may help predict and prevent falls in high-risk populations.
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"The Ottomans changed Hagia Sophia, and they were changed by it. They converted the building into a mosque and symbol of imperial power, and yet their entire notion of imperial architecture was shaped by Hagia Sophia." - Prof. Ali Yaycıoğlu
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Stanford HAI Aug 6
Today we announce our inaugural Hoffman-Yee research grant recipients, who will push the boundaries of how can advance education, health care, and government.
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Stanford University Aug 6
Wear a mask. Slow the spread. 📽:
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Stanford University Aug 5
. researchers have modeled how coastal flooding will impact Bay Area commutes over the next 20 years:
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Stanford University Aug 4
Bissera Pentcheva, an art historian at Stanford and an expert in acoustic archaeology, studied the Hagia Sophia’s extravagantly reverberant acoustics to reconstruct the sonic world of Byzantine cathedral music.
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Stanford Arts Aug 4
The black box theater in Roble Gym has been named the Harry J. Elam, Jr. Theater in honor of Elam and his three-decade tenure at Stanford.
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Stanford University Aug 4
"Parents shouldn’t feel guilty that they aren’t doing enough," 's Deborah Stipek tells the . “Schools are going to have to adapt to meet children where they are.”
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Stanford University Aug 3
The Dish. 📸: Andrew Brodhead
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Stanford HAI Aug 3
Fitness apps too often “become a reminder of what we’re not doing,” HAI associate director says.
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Stanford University Aug 3
Using GPS data from smartphones, researchers analyzed movement patterns to compute what they call “experienced segregation” – the amount of people’s exposure to other races as they go about their daily lives.
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Stanford University Jul 31
Stanford chemists have crafted molecular scalpels that shuttle potentially dangerous cell surface proteins to be destroyed. The tool could help researchers study and treat diseases like cancer and Alzheimer’s, whose causes are linked to surface proteins.
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Stanford University Jul 30
A new master's program in education data science at will be the first program of its kind to focus specifically on the use of data to solve educational challenges.
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Stanford University Jul 29
When people across the world sheltered in place due to COVID-19, it gave researchers a unique opportunity to study the impacts of human actions on the environment without having to rely on theoretical algorithms and computer models.
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Stanford University Jul 27
"Conflicts between dealing with short-term emergencies such as the coronavirus pandemic and long-term imperatives including climate change will only grow more severe if we don’t become serious about greening the whole economy – quickly and strategically."
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Stanford University Jul 25
After some technical delays and despite a global pandemic, is nearing launch from Cape Canaveral:
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Stanford University Jul 24
. student Joshua Swee is a co-founder of the nonprofit , a nationwide effort to connect charitable donations to hospitals and medical workers battling COVID-19.
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Stanford University Jul 24
Stanford bioengineers combined avalanche physics with ecosystem data to create a computational method for predicting extreme events.
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Stanford University Jul 23
Mid-July. 📸: Andrew Brodhead
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Stanford University Jul 23
Redshirting can be beneficial, particularly for children who have trouble self-regulating, research by 's Thomas Dee has shown.
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