Stanford’s ‘accelerator on a chip’ could revolutionize medical care
Big scientific advancements sometimes come in small packages.
Why buy the cow when you can biofabricate the milk for free?
We can now get cow-less steaks and leather as well.
Plastic-plucking robots are the future of recycling
At least until we can chemically engineer better biodegradables.
ICYMI: Submersible sticky situations and elongating elastomer electrodes
Plus, a watermelon at 20,000 volts.
Stanford has developed a roadside breathalyzer for weed
Magnetic nanoparticles, how do they work.
The Eye-Sync system can diagnose concussions in one minute
It tracks the eye jitter associated with recent bell-ringings.
Stanford researchers 'cool' sunlight to improve solar cell efficiency
A team of researchers from Stanford University have devised an ingenious means of boosting the eff...
Dallas Cowboys become the first NFL team to go all-in on VR
When an old-school coach like Mike "Da Bears" Ditka gets behind virtual reality as a football trai...
How cheap VR helped a Stanford professor bring his dream to Tribeca
Last year, the Tribeca Film Festival began highlighting new mediums being used in storytelling, an...