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An autonomous wearable device measures a tumor’s changing size
An electronically sensitive, skin-like membrane can measure tumor size regression and offers a new way to test the efficacy of cancer drugs.
Stanford engineers present new chip that ramps up AI computing efficiency
Stanford engineers created a more efficient and flexible AI chip, which could bring the power of AI into tiny edge devices.
Two Stanford faculty named Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellows
Mark Schnitzer and Jelena Vučković are among the nine scientists and engineers selected for the Department of Defense’s “most prestigious research grant award.”
Mary Wootters awarded the James L. Massey Research & Teaching Award
This award recognizes outstanding achievement in research and teaching by young scholars in the Information Theory community.
H.S.- Philip Wong receives 2023 IEEE Andrew S. Grove Award
"For contributions to novel and advanced semiconductor device concepts and their implementation."
Stanford engineers’ optical concentrator could help solar arrays capture more light even on a cloudy day without tracking the sun
Researchers imagined, designed, and tested an elegant lens device that can efficiently gather light from all angles and concentrate it at a fixed output position.
Tiny robots bring health care closer to precision drug delivery
A mechanical engineer creates multifunctional wireless robots to maximize health outcomes and minimize invasiveness of procedures.
A startup led by Stanford and Dartmouth-trained engineers is pushing the limits of wireless power.
Stretchable probe measures brain chemicals central to Parkinson’s, depression, and gut disease
A new string-like implant can monitor fluctuations in brain chemicals, like a fitness tracker for the brain.
How to develop ever-better computer chips
The pandemic accelerated society’s digital transformation by years, requiring more and better computer chips. A Stanford electrical engineer explains how to make that happen.
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