How a novel class of microscopes has changed science
Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy FTW!
Finally, a lithium battery that doesn't explode
No more Hoverboard fires.
Near-infrared dye helps doctors spot cancer
You can't normally see it, but this dye can detect hard-to-find tumors.
Scientists use 'spooky action' to mail electron messages a mile
The record-setting experiment illustrates the practical applications for quantum computing
ICYMI: Trekkie health scanner, car vending machine and more
Finally getting your partner to stop snoring, crowd-funded style
Stanford scientists get a little closer to a medical tricorder
Doctors will be able to tell what's wrong with you from across the room by 2030.
Studying jellyfish is the key to better underwater crafts
Biomimetics is the imitation of nature to solve complex human problems, so now that we understand how jellyfish swim, how can it be used to our advantage?
Computer Science is the most popular major for women at Stanford
Female students now constitute a solid 30 percent of Stanford's Computer Science majors
Swans help create smoother camera drone videos
Scientists are studying swan flights to produce smoother camera drone shots.