Stanford News: May 1, 2017
A new semiconductor developed by Stanford researchers is as flexible as skin and easily degradable. It could have diverse medical and environmental applications, without adding to the mounting pile of global electronic waste.
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Stanford News: June 6, 2017
Sustainable energy ideas get a start with the TomKat Center Innovation Transfer Program, which helps student teams turn their concepts and designs into commercial products.
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Eos: March 16, 2017
Shoreline environments show more promise than other marine ecosystems for mitigating climate change, the analysis shows.
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Stanford News: April 21, 2017
A new course teaches undergraduates how to design for people with physical disabilities. Each week, students learn about a different disability, then brainstorm design ideas to address issues and present their work to the class.
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Stanford News: May 3, 2017
A new analysis by Stanford researchers reveals that the ideal temperature for the spread of mosquito-born diseases like dengue, chikungunya and Zika is 29 degrees C. This finding helps predict disease outbreaks in a warming world.
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Eos: February 20, 2017
A new approach to the popular "Did you feel it?" website may fine-tune estimates of the range of shaking from earthquakes and help define areas of potential damage.
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Eos: January 30, 2017
Clues in seafloor sediments reveal relatively warm water beneath ice shelves in Antarctica fueled Holocene melting.
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