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Thu, 11/17/2022
Engineers have designed a new material for nanoscale 3D printing that is able to absorb twice as much energy and could be used to create better lightweight protective lattices.
Tue, 11/08/2022
His citation reads "For pioneering contributions to computational optics and display systems engineering."
Mon, 11/07/2022
The secret to long life for rechargeable batteries may lie in an embrace of difference. New modeling of how lithium-ion cells in a pack degrade show a way to tailor charging to each cell’s capacity so EV batteries can handle more charge cycles and stave o
Wed, 10/19/2022
The new APS Fellows are recognized for their work in fluid dynamics and industrial and applied physics.
Wed, 09/28/2022
Stanford engineers have designed a method of 3D printing that is 5 to 10 times faster than the quickest high-resolution printer currently available and is capable of using multiple types of resin in a single object.
Wed, 09/28/2022
By imitating lightning, the Stanford Plasma Physics Lab developed a sustainable and affordable alternative to conventional fertilizers for small farmers.
Fri, 09/16/2022
An electronically sensitive, skin-like membrane can measure tumor size regression and offers a new way to test the efficacy of cancer drugs.
Thu, 08/18/2022
Stanford engineers created a more efficient and flexible AI chip, which could bring the power of AI into tiny edge devices.
Mon, 07/25/2022
Mark Schnitzer and Jelena Vučković are among the nine scientists and engineers selected for the Department of Defense’s “most prestigious research grant award.”
Thu, 06/30/2022
This award recognizes outstanding achievement in research and teaching by young scholars in the Information Theory community.


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