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Jan 27 2022 | Stanford Engineering | Posted In: Research
An interdisciplinary Stanford team has developed and is seeking widespread adoption of an Ethics and Society Review (ESR) process for researchers to consider ethical and societal impacts and how to mitigate potential harms prior to funding.
Dec 30 2021 | Stanford Energy | Posted In: Research
The 2022 Forbes' "30 Under 30" features two current Stanford students and eight recent alumni developing energy and sustainability-related technologies--the most Stanford students and alumni in cleantech since Forbes started its list 10 years ago.
Dec 16 2021 | Stanford News | Posted In: Education, Research
With the return to campus and in-person learning in 2021, we experienced more changes and different routines from pre-pandemic times. Stanford researchers continue to make advancements in science and technology which include some notable achievements, including the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic...
Dec 14 2021 | Stanford News | Posted In: Research
Transition metal dichalcogenides - or TMDs - absorb ultrahigh levels of sunlight, is thin, lightweight and flexible which holds promise to be used in mobile applications, from self-powered wearable devices and sensors to lightweight aircraft and electric vehicles. The Stanford prototype realized...
Oct 6 2021 | Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence | Posted In: Research
Stanford researchers have released a blueprint for how to build a National Research Cloud, a system to provide greater access to compute power and data to enable basic academic and non-commercial research. 

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