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Steering and accelerating electrons at the microchip scale
A new advance by Stanford engineers could lead to particle accelerators being widely available in science, medicine, and industry.
New candidate for universal memory is fast, low-power, stable, and long-lasting
Stanford researchers have developed a new phase-change memory that could help computers process large amounts of data faster and more efficiently.
The limitations of being human got you down? There’s a robot for that
From space robots to self-driving cars, Stanford’s Autonomous Systems Lab looks to push the boundaries of exploration and boost the safety and efficiency of everyday tasks.
Sustainable, plant-based menstrual pads could improve access to hygiene products
Researchers at Stanford have designed an open-source process for turning sisal fibers into absorbent material for menstrual pads, creating an opportunity for the local, sustainable manufacture of hygiene products that many communities need.
Srabanti Chowdhury elevated to IEEE Fellow
Her citation reads "for contributions to wide bandgap semiconductor devices and technology."
Mind in the machine
Do nerve cells hold the key to an epic advance in computing?
New dog, old tricks: New AI approach yields ‘athletically intelligent' robotic dog
With a simplified machine learning technique, AI researchers created a real-world “robodog” able to leap, climb, crawl, and squeeze past physical barriers as never before.
This robot learns to clean your space just the way you like it
The one-armed “TidyBot” needs only a few starter examples to figure out how you like your stuff put away.
Q&A: Stanford engineers discuss digital doubles
Digital doubles are becoming more powerful and accessible. What could that mean for actors – and society at large?
Engineering professor (Prof. Srabanti Chowdhury) explains semiconductors
A Q&A with engineer Srabanti Chowdhury on what semiconductors are, why they are so important in our lives, and the vast potential of what could come next in this global and interdisciplinary industry.
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