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Aug 6 2014 | Stanford News
A team of Stanford scientists has developed an entirely non-invasive technique that provides a view of blood flow in the brain. The tool could provide powerful insights into strokes and possibly Alzheimer's disease. This work was co-authored by 2010 SGF Fellow Guosong Hong and 2013 SIGF Fellow Bo...
Jul 18 2014 | Science
When I started out in Stanford University's biology doctoral program, I didn't feel ready. My feeling that I was poorly prepared was corroborated by a committee that told me often how underprepared and unqualified I was. I attempted to argue my case, but the committee held to its position: I was...
Jul 14 2014 | Stanford News
Stanford Earth scientists use newly developed mathematical tools to analyze landscapes formed by water and other processes, and in doing so challenge 50 years of research on landscape evolution. The new techniques allow scientists to better understand the signatures of erosion on Earth and perhaps...
Initiated in 1989, this program recognizes and rewards outstanding teaching by teaching assistants in the Schools of Humanities and Sciences, Earth Sciences, and Engineering. The 2014 award recipients include SGF, SIGF, CCSRE, and DARE fellows. Read the full article
Jun 23 2014 | The Dish
Engineers have spent the last decade developing and improving autonomous vehicles that use sensors and software systems to replace human drivers. Rick Zhang is taking driverless car technology to the next level. Rick Zhang is a Stanford Graduate Fellow in Aeronautics & Astronautics. Read the...

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