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Tuesday, June 4, 2019

science & technology

Chip-size satellites in space

Thanks to Zac Manchester, a swarm of 105 tiny satellites the size of computer chips, costing $100 each, were recently launched into Earth's orbit. 

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social sciences

When new dads stay home

Giving dads flexibility to take time off after their children are born improves the mother's postpartum health and well-being, a SIEPR study shows. 

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health & medicine

Antibiotic resistant bugs 

The Stanford Antimicrobial Safety and Sustainability program is working with the World Health Organization to fight resistant "superbugs."

Image of resistant bugs

The Dish

MAKENZIE FISCHER and BEN HALLOCK have been named the nation's top women's and men's water polo players by Division I coaches.

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