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New center seeks ways to deliver more health per dollar

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Starting in August, Arnold Milstein, director of the Medical School's new Clinical Excellence Research Center, will be overseeing small multidisciplinary health-care 'SWAT' teams of faculty and postdocs that aim to redesign how certain services are delivered.

Ng shares 'aha' moments in robotics, artificial intelligence

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At the recent STAN conference, Andrew Ng, associate professor of computer science and director of the Artificial Intelligence Lab, talked about how his research in machine learning and artificial intelligence could result in a robot that can clean your house. His presentation is on YouTube.

Is an egg a day the best way to treat anemia in rural China?

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After researchers in the Rural Education Action Project found high rates of iron deficiency among China's poorest children, the government began feeding some of them an egg every day. But researchers are trying to convince officials that giving kids vitamins is a better solution.

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