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Chipping away at cell mysteries
RFID probes can relay information to researchers from inside a living cell.
A New Approach to the Data-Deletion Conundrum
A team of computer scientists devised a way to quickly remove traces of sensitive user information from machine learning models.
Priyanka Raina: How computer chips get speedier through specialization
Increasingly, the path to faster, more efficient computers is in chips that excel at specific tasks, says this expert in chip design.
EE125 Anniversary Event Videos
2019 was the Department of Electrical Engineering's 125th anniversary
Stanford discovery could pave the way to ultrafast, energy-efficient computing
Now, Stanford University engineers have overcome a key obstacle that has limited widespread adoption of phase-change memory.
Wearable technology research at Stanford
From developing innovative means of production to testing the quality of commercially available products, Stanford researchers are enthusiastically involved in improving wearable technologies.
Can Stanford University help solve the global semiconductor crisis?
With the U.S. poised to invest $50 billion in chip technologies, researchers prepare to create an infrastructure to accelerate how lab discoveries become practical technologies.
Congratulations to Krishna Shenoy for renewal of his Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Investigatorship
"Competitively selected, Investigators receive renewable seven-year appointments as HHMI employees."
Krishna Saraswat awarded the Semiconductor Research Corporation's (SRC) Aristotle Award
Semiconductor Research Corporation’s (SRC) Aristotle Award has been awarded to Krishna Saraswat. The award ceremony is September 19.
Experimental Brain Implant Lets Man With Paralysis Turn His Thoughts Into Words
A man who is unable to move or speak can now generate words and sentences on a computer using only his thoughts.
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