Study says people get turned on by touching a robot's privates
Though it's not always and necessarily sexual arousal.
Six tiny robots can pull a two-ton car
Outweighed ten thousand times, the 0.5-ounce robots rely on teamwork (and sticky feet).
6 of the world's wildest self-driving cars
In one case, make that "wildest flying self-driving car."
How a novel class of microscopes has changed science
Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy FTW!
Near-infrared dye helps doctors spot cancer
You can't normally see it, but this dye can detect hard-to-find tumors.
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.
Stanford turns a DeLorean into a drifting, driverless car
Sure, we'd all prefer a DeLorean that can fly (and time travel), but this will do for now
Interactive drone app lets you capture aerial shots like a pro
PhD students at Stanford University created this hands-free app so you can take cinematic shots without crashing your drone.
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