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Friday, July 2, 2021

Science & technology

Printing artificial skin

Researchers have found a way to print stretchable-yet-durable integrated circuits on artificial skin, using the same equipment used to make silicon chips.

Stretchable artificial skin


A broader view of supply chains

The GSB’s Hau Lee envisions a system that addresses some of the world’s most urgent social and environmental challenges.

Supply chains

Science & technology

Air quality affects crops

A Stanford-led study shows that pollution reductions between 1999 and 2019 boosted U.S. corn and soybean yields.

Clean air crops

  • Support for student-athletes: Stanford Athletics announced the launch of Cardinal Connect, a new campus program designed to help Stanford students take advantage of Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) opportunities. 
  • Planning for fall: A message from Persis Drell and Russell Furr explains the procedures and policies planned for fall quarter.

The Dish

The U.S. Olympic women's swim team includes five Cardinal: alumni BROOKE FORDE, KATIE LEDECKY and SIMONE MANUEL, and incoming first-year students TORRI HUSKE and REGAN SMITH.

Bio-X Program Faculty Housing


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