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Mar 24 2015 | Stanford News Fellow, Research, Stanford
Silicon isn't the only chip-making material under the sun, just the cheapest. But a new process could make the alternative material, gallium arsenide, more cost effective. Computer chips, solar cells and other electronic devices have traditionally been based on silicon, the most famous of the...
Mar 23 2015 | Stanford News Fellow, Research, Stanford
Making decisions and taking actions require leadership tools to minimize infighting and focus the energy on action. The Internet has simplified many aspects of life: how we communicate, how we relax, how we work. But technology hasn't changed human nature, and the dynamics of how we interact online...
Mar 16 2015 | Newsletter Events, Newsletter, Students, VPGE
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Mar 11 2015 | Stanford Graduate School of Business Fellow, Stanford
T. Renee Bowen and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo have been thinking about a big question: "When do voters win?" It's not as abstract as it might seem. What Bowen, a professor of economics at Stanford Graduate School of Business, and Mo, a professor of political science at Vanderbilt University, are really...
Mar 9 2015 | Stanford University Fellow, Research, Stanford
Four years after one of the largest earthquakes in recorded history devastated Japan, Stanford geophysicists Greg Beroza, Eric Dunham, and Paul Segall provide new insights that help clarify why previous assumptions about the fault had been so wrong. Using new technologies, they explain what...

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