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Algorithms Meet Art At Code Poetry Slam Held At Stanford

Algorithms Meet Art At Code Poetry Slam Held At Stanford

Stanford doctoral students Rob Voight and Richard Socher, masters student Kai Shent Tai, and Romain Paulus, a visiting scholar

Stanford scientists tested free text-analysis tool on the web

Stanford doctoral students Rob Voight and Richard Socher, masters student Kai Shent Tai, and Romain Paulus, a visiting scholar

"This is a recognition of the importance of computing in biology," said Stanford Structural Biology and Computer Science (by courtesy) Prof. Michael Levitt at a press conference after the announcement from the Nobel committee. He described the call from Sweden as "like having five double espressos."

Michael Levitt wins Nobel Prize in chemistry

Michael Levitt, PhD, professor of structural biology at the Stanford University School of Medicine and professor of computer science by courtesy at the School of Engineering, has won the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Mohasin Babakir, a refugee from Sudan, talks with Stanford student Parth Bhakta about the lack of communication with the family she left behind.

Stanford computer science students work with UN on innovation technology for refugees

Mohasin Babakir, a refugee from Sudan, talks with Stanford student Parth Bhakta about the lack of communication with the family she left behind.

Stanford University SD2013 Audiovisual Presentation Start.Home

What if we could design and build homes that empowered us to live and think more sustainably? See how the Stanford Solar Decathlon team did just that with their Start.

Stanford Scientists Tie Social Behavior To Activity In Specific Brain Circuit In Mice

Stanford scientists tie social behavior to activity in specific brain circuit in mice

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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.

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.

Innovative Founders Give Tech Start-Ups An Edge, Stanford Research Shows

Innovative founders give tech start-ups an edge, Stanford research shows

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Stanford Professor Shapes Safety Specs For Next-Generation Aircraft

Stanford professor shapes safety specs for next-generation aircraft

Stanford Professor Fu-Kuo Chang with a carbon-fiber panel that contains an early form of structural health monitoring sensor.

"Magic is associated with all that is mysterious, enchanting, extraordinary, astonishing and wonderful. Thanks to such occult knowledge, the magician can make extraordinary things happen." – Ferdinando Buscema, a 2013 Stanford Entrepreneurial Thought Leader. http://stanford.io/12P4usR

"Magic is associated with all that is mysterious, enchanting, extraordinary, astonishing and wonderful. Thanks to such occult knowledge, the magician can make extraordinary things happen." – Ferdinando Buscema, a 2013 Stanford Entrepreneurial Thought Leader. http://stanford.io/12P4usR

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