Posts Tagged ‘stanford’
A Bay Area theater company is mashing up Gilbert & Sullivan with Gene Roddenberry.
You don’t have to be an alumnus of Cal or Stanford to know that the Big Game is typically played in late November.
For the first time ever, a team of researchers are studying the origin and attributes of California’s seemingly laid-back accents.
Stanford football has punted their old-style paper playbooks, trading them out for 100 shiny new iPads stuffed with team strategy.
Brothers Garrett and Elliott Heath have a shot at qualifying — in different events — for the U.S. men’s track and field Olympic team in London.
Nneka Ogwumike, one of the most accomplished players in women’s college basketball, added another achievement to her resume.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet TJ*, the robotic creation of Stanford mastermind Jeff Kessler.
Inspired by similar programs in India and Singapore, engineers at Stanford hope some random cash can change people’s commute habits.
It’s amazing that it took so long for a great Hispanic writer like Juan Felipe Herrera to get the appointment.
Master Shi Yanran teaches his students to defend themselves with calm and awareness.
Who knew performance art could be fun, engaging and get us outside to enjoy nature?
Stanford researchers put people in an fMRI machine and asked them to love as hard as they could.
Stanford researchers have found Viagra may be the cure for a rare lymphatic condition found in children.
The electric car has never caught on in any major way. New tech now emerging from Stanford just might change that.