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Researchers at Stanford University have developed a new super-safe, fast-charging, flexible, aluminium-based battery that's environmental-friendly and may revolutionize the energy storage field.
Bill and Melinda Gates were at Stanford today and gave the commencement speech for the graduating class of 2014; it was a joint speech by both Bill and Melinda and we posted the video after the jump.
A Stanford research group has shown that Captchas aren't really that great at differentiating between human and computer. However, many websites aren't very worried.
Google has announced plans to build an ultra-high speed broadband network at Stanford University’s Residential subdivision. The faculty holds just over 850 staff on the grounds around it and they will have access to some...
Imagine being able to download applications to your camera, just as you can to your smartphone. Reports indicate that researchers at Stanford University are attempting to create an open source camera. Stanford is no stranger...
Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang will donate $75 million to Stanford University, the university from where he graduated and where he and a fellow student by the name of David Filo began working on a directory...
In what may prove to be a technological breakthrough of immense proportions, Stanford University announced on Thursday that members of it's electrical engineering department have come up with a solution to what has until now...
On Saturday, Stanford University's robot vehicle "Stanley" won the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Grand Challenge in the Mojave Desert, taking home a $2 million first prize. Entrants into the race had to navigate...