These semiconductor crystals have more than doubled the record for electrical conductivity of an organic semiconductor. Credit: Gaurav Giri | Stanford University Read more: http://engineering.stanford.edu/news/straining-lattice-stanford-engineers-improve-electrical-efficiency-organic-semiconductors
Stanford Computer Science Professor Oussama Khatib is one of three winners of 2013 IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Distinguished Service Award, which recognizes individuals for their outstanding accomplishments and service to the society and to the Robotics and Automation community.
New method to sniff toxic gases from a distance Scientists have developed a way to sniff out tiny amounts of toxic gases - a whiff of nerve gas, for example, or a hint of a chemical spill - from up to one kilometer away.
Stanford drones open way to new world of coral research
Alvin Elliot Roth is an American economist who is currently a visiting professor at Stanford University as well as George Gund Professor of Economics and Business Administration at Harvard Business School.
Stanford scientists tie social behavior to activity in specific brain circuit in mice
Jim Plummer, a former dean of Stanford Engineering and current member of its electrical engineering faculty, will receive the 2015 IEEE Founders Medal, joining a select group of innovators who have been similarly honored during the past six decades.
Stanford ChEM-H: Chemistry, Engineering & Medicine for Human Health
Given a year to mature, the Institute for Chemical Biology is relaunching under a new name that better reflects its vision of bringing Stanford's unique interdisciplinary culture to bear at a new frontier of chemistry.
Harvard economist Alvin Roth, who is transitioning to Stanford, has been awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his work on market design. A huge congratulations to the Stanford Management Science and Engineering alum!