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Stanford scientists slow and steer light with resonant nanoantennas | Researchers have fashioned ultrathin silicon nanoantennas that trap and redirect light, for applications in quantum computing, LIDAR and even the detection of viruses.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 26
A letter to the community: Voting is a civic duty | In an oped for the Stanford Daily, three Stanford deans urge students to register and exercise their right to vote.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 23
Stanford Engineering’s The Future of Everything: COVID-19 special edition | Listen to this special series of our podcast to learn how researchers from across Stanford are bringing their insights and knowledge to address the challenges of COVID-19.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 22
Summer First program offers new grad students early intro to research | The eight-week immersion into Stanford’s research culture is designed to help first-year PhD students find their place and thrive — personally and academically.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 21
Researchers combine heat and humidity to disinfect N95 masks for reuse | Gently heating N95 masks at a relatively high humidity was found to inactivate any SARS-CoV-2 virus trapped within, without degrading the masks’ performance.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 20
: I tell students not to be afraid to explore new ideas. Research can’t happen without learning something you didn’t know before — you’re bound to fail at some point. Embrace it: It’s a blessing. — Haeyoung Noh, Associate Professor of CEE
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Stanford Engineering Oct 19
How to hold a secure election | On the cusp of an historic election, two experts — one from the field of computer science, the other from law — discuss how to ensure a thriving democracy.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 16
Stanford Engineering’s The Future of Everything: COVID-19 special edition | Listen to this special series of our podcast to learn how researchers from across Stanford are bringing their insights and knowledge to address the challenges of COVID-19.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 16
Exploring the geographic bias in medical AI Tools | Patient data from just three states trains most AI diagnostic tools.
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Women in Data Science Oct 9
📆 Save the date! The first ever 24-hour virtual Women in Data Science (WiDS) Worldwide conference will take place March 8, 2021. Join us as we follow the sun around the world to bring you thought leaders in data science. Learn more:
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Stanford Engineering Oct 14
Sarah Heilshorn: Discovering how resilient and adaptable you can be | Heilshorn’s experience of navigating the unfamiliar and intimidating inspires her to encourage underserved students and create a more inclusive work environment in her lab.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 13
Rafael Pelayo: How to get a good night’s sleep | A sleep expert offers insight into why so many of us are not getting enough zzz’s, what the consequences are and, above all, how we can sleep better.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 12
Researchers combine heat and humidity to disinfect N95 masks for reuse | Gently heating N95 masks at a relatively high humidity was found to inactivate any SARS-CoV-2 virus trapped within, without degrading the masks’ performance.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 9
How do you predict unprecedented events? | Researchers combined avalanche physics with ecosystem data to create a computational method for predicting extreme ecological events.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 8
Stanford Engineering’s The Future of Everything: COVID-19 special edition | Listen to this special series of our podcast to learn how researchers from across Stanford are bringing their insights and knowledge to address the challenges of COVID-19.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 7
Jennifer Dionne: Even brief conversations can influence career paths | As a child, she thought science wasn’t much fun, but encouraging words led Dionne to the lab, where she says work is play. Now she helps students find a career that brings joy.
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Stanford HAI Oct 7
Join us today at 9 a.m. PST for our conference Triangulating Intelligence: Melding Neuroscience, Psychology, and AI. We’ll be streaming live here.
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Stanford HAI Oct 6
Tomorrow at 9 a.m. PST: Watch our conference featuring the latest research on cognitive science, neuroscience, vision, language, and thought, informing the pursuit of artificial intelligence.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 6
A letter to the community: Voting is a civic duty | In an oped for the Stanford Daily, three Stanford deans urge students to register and exercise their right to vote.
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Stanford Engineering Oct 5
Interdisciplinary team develops ‘exascale’ computing for spaceflight | Stanford engineers are part of a nationwide effort to build a next-generation hardware and software system to provide the ultimate assurance of safety when space rockets blast off.
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