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Monday, September 14, 2020

Science & Technology

Making hospitals smart

Computer scientists and clinicians are trying to reduce fatal medical errors by building “ambient intelligence” into the spaces where patients reside.

Smart hospitals

Science & Technology

Mosquito threat

A warming climate and urbanization will likely lower rates of malaria while increasing rates of other mosquito-borne diseases, say Stanford researchers.


Science & Technology

Behaviors that spread disease

Stanford researchers have developed a new mathematical model that investigates how a health-related behavior or idea can harm public health.

Modeling behaviors that spread disease

The Dish

Physicist VEDIKA KHEMANI was recognized twice last month for seminal theoretical work on novel non-equilibrium quantum phases of matter.

Vedika Khemani

Stanford Continuing Studies course Stanford MLA


  • Stanford Mobile app: In support of a safe return to campuses, the relaunched Stanford Mobile app is now available with the Health Check feature, enabling you to conveniently report your daily health status from your iPhone. Learn more.
  • Sustainable Stanford: Read the just-published Sustainability at Stanford: 2019-20 Year in Review

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