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The Art of Scientific Research: New Tunable Expression Tools for Bacteroides in the Gut Microbiota

  The image to the left is of the colon of a dead lab mouse, though it wouldn’t look out of place on the walls of a hip art museum. The photo was made possible by a new technology to study bacteria called “tunable expression tools” developed by researchers Weston Whitaker and Liz Stanley in the Sonnenburg Lab at Stanford.

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Your Next Therapist Might be a Robot: Artificial Intelligence Advances in Mental Healthcare

For many, the words “artificial intelligence” evoke a spectrum of ideas–everything from the adorable Wall-e and Eve to the scheming robots in the Matrix. While these science fiction, Hollywood portrayals of artificial intelligence have certainly captured the attention of audiences for years, it’s time to make room for a new side of artificial intelligence…one that saves lives. With the advent

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Our Planet, Our Selves: The Lifecycle of the iPhone

by: Bobby Radecki September 8, 2016 1 Day After iPhone 7 Launch. “So what’s new? First, for the design. We changed everything, such as…What’s different? What’s different in this!? Oh yeah! The antenna bar: before it used to be there, and now it’s here! See how we innovate!”[1] Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube—all of social media exploded with laughter, parodying the

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Stanford’s CCRMA: The Forefront of Sound and Science

    A high caliber research university like Stanford makes millions of dollars in royalties each year—all coming from companies and technologies developed there. You may think this money all comes from biomedical discoveries, Google, or other tech startups. However, one of Stanford’s most lucrative inventions actually came from research in music and sound. If you’ve listened to any music

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Advances in the Computational Sciences

Help the military test new weaponry. Search for new particles of matter. Find better approximations for Schrodinger’s Equation. With the rapid advances in the computational sciences, a relatively new field that uses advanced computing abilities and data analysis to solve complicated problems, many previously unimaginable computational applications are becoming possible. Researchers for and officials in the military need to computationally

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MARTY MCDRIVE: STANFORD’S SELF DRIFTING DELOREAN

An electric engine whirrs to life as tires screech across the asphalt and the smell of burnt rubber permeates the air. A man sits inside this beast, this mechanical masterpiece, this accomplishment of automotive innovation with no hands on the wheel and feet off the pedals. Its name: MARTY, Stanford’s self drifting DeLorean. Clearly inspired by the time traveling car

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