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Stanford researchers have developed the first lithium-ion battery that shuts down before overheating, then restarts immediately when the temperature cools.
Stanford engineers have created a plastic skin-like material that can detect pressure and deliver a Morse code-like signal directly to a living brain cell.
Stanford University scientists have created a new carbon material that significantly boosts the performance of energy-storage technologies.
For decades, the mantra of electronics has been smaller, faster, cheaper. Now, Stanford engineers have added a fourth word - taller.
Stanford University scientists have developed a 'smart' lithium-ion battery that gives ample warning before it overheats and bursts into flames.
A Stanford law professor warns that in a world of DIY 3D printing, people may not be protected under traditional product liability law.
A non-invasive method using a mini-microscope is able to detect seed cells shed from cancerous tumours in live blood flows, rather than in-vitro samples.
Engineers combine layers of flexible materials into pressure sensors to create a wearable heart monitor that is thinner than a sheet of paper.
Researchers claim to have set a new record in supercomputing, as they harness a million computing cores to model supersonic jet noise.
Stanford researchers have demonstrated the first step in a scalable quantum cryptography system that could lead to uncrackable telecommunications.
Researchers have developed a solar cell made entirely of carbon, a cheaper alternative to the materials used in conventional solar panels.
Adapting a sophisticated climate model, researchers show that there is plenty of wind available to supply half to several times the world's total energy needs within the next two decades.
Stanford's self-driving Audi TTS 'Shelley' hit 120mph on a recent track test. Combined with new research on professional drivers' brain activity, the car's performance could get even better.