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Stanford University COVID-19 Crisis Response
Stanford University, Stanford Medical, and SLAC have joined the global fight against COVID-19
SLAC scientists invent low-cost emergency ventilator and share the design for free
The technology could save the lives of COVID-19 patients when more advanced ventilators are too expensive or not available.
Students create computer models to combat COVID-19 on three continents
A series of class projects help guide life-saving public health policies in India, Peru and Botswana.
Stanford scientists anticipate the Mars 2020 rover launch
According to Stanford University Mars experts, NASA’s latest Martian rover will drive a wave of exciting discoveries when it lands on the Red Planet – and possibly alter scientists’ understanding of the blue one it launches from.
AI’s carbon footprint problem
Machine learning generates far more carbon emissions than most people realize. A Stanford team has developed a tool to measure the hidden cost.
What if waste could be recycled efficiently and profitably?
Chemical engineer Will Tarpeh says it could help alleviate a multitude of global challenges — from environmental sustainability to hunger.
Could drones deliver packages more efficiently by hopping on the bus?
A computer science PhD student describes how we might combine the flexibility of drones with the capacity of ground-based vehicles to make e-commerce more traffic-friendly.
Stanford-led team shows how to store data using 2D materials instead of silicon chips
Researchers have invented a way to slide atomically-thin layers of 2D materials over one another to store more data, in less space and using less energy.
Stanford students learn to program robots from home
Every year, students in Experimental Robotics program robots to complete a variety of fun and creative tasks...
New battery electrolyte developed at Stanford may boost the performance of electric vehicles
Stanford researchers have designed a new electrolyte for lithium metal batteries that could increase the driving range of electric cars.
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