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Chuck Stern brings experience and knowledge of hi tech region as CEC’s Business Development Team Heads Back to the Bay Area in November Grand Cayman, Cayman
With a few flicks of a light switch--on-off-on-off--Stanford University's Oscar Abilez is one step closer to changing the lives of millions.
A 40 mg dose of Medtronic’s Infuse bone graft, which makes use of a genetically engineered protein called rhBMP-2 to help re-grow bone in the spine, is linked to an increased risk of new cancer,
This is the first time scientists have assigned a monetary value to the pest-control benefits rainforest birds can provide to agriculture. Their study could provide the framework for pest management that helps both farmers and biodiversity.
To boost performance, research groups have tried creating new plastic materials that enhance the flow of electricity through the solar cell.
Researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have clocked the fastest-possible electrical switching in magnetite, a naturally magnetic mineral.
Born with a hearing impairment, author Joy Elan is a vibrant and outgoing single mom who was born in Berkeley, CA to a mother who was herself single. The Stanford University M.A.Ed.
Stanford University scientists have created the thinnest, most efficient absorber of visible light on record.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.