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Thursday, February 20, 2020

science & technology

Supercharging battery research

Using AI, a Stanford-led team has slashed battery testing times, a barrier to longer-lasting, faster-charging batteries for electric vehicles.

Battery research team

campus life

It's not easy being green

A Stanford magazine video tells the incredibly funny story of what it's like for an intrepid editor to be the Stanford Tree, if only for one basketball game.

Stanford Tree

science & technology

Improving space exploration

Aero/Astro engineer Ken Hara is using computer models to help make a little-known thruster engine more suitable for long-distance missions.

Ion drive

The Dish

More than 300 faculty, staff and students representing departments in engineering, medicine and the sciences gathered for the recent dedication of the STANFORD CHEM-H and WU TSAI NEUROSCIENCES INSTITUTE buildings.

Chem-H and Wu Tsai buildings

Bio-X poster session Shenson Recital Series Feb 22


  • Faculty Senate: At its meeting today, Feb. 20, the senate will vote on the charge to the Committee on the University Press. The senate will also vote on recommendations by the Committee on the Professoriate regarding teaching line appointments and the status of fellows at designated policy centers and institutes. The meeting will begin at 3:15 p.m. in Room 180 of the Law School. Discussion is limited to members of the senate, but members of the Stanford community may request to attend the meeting by contacting Adrienne Emory.

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