Skip to content Skip to navigation

Recent News

Dec 30 2015 | Stanford Athletics Fellow, Research, Stanford
Usua Amanam ’13 was a nickelback who preserved Stanford’s 2013 Rose Bowl victory over Wisconsin with a late interception and earned the game’s Defensive MVP honor. Today, he’s in the first year of Stanford’s Ph.D. program in Energy Resources Engineering, with interest in the oil and gas industry....
Dec 23 2015 | Stanford News Fellow, Research, Stanford
Glowing dyes help scientists see inside the body and diagnose ailments, but they needed a certain type of molecule to improve the imaging depth. They invented a long wavelength near-infrared fluorescent molecule, and it works. The research team included 2010 SGF Fellow Guosong Hong and Bo Zhang,...
Dec 16 2015 | Stanford News Fellow, Research, Stanford
The basic process of force-generation in muscle has been known for decades, but until now no one has ever seen it work at a microscopic level in a living human. The new microscope could provide unique insights into treating muscular degenerative diseases. Co-author on the study Gabriel Sanchez was...
Dec 15 2015 | Newsletter Events, Newsletter, Students, VPGE
This monthly newsletter compiles the latest events, news, and resources for members of the Stanford graduate education community. Read the December issueSubscribe to receive future issues
Dec 3 2015 | Princeton News Fellow
Early in the spring of her junior year at Princeton, Emilie Burke grew nervous about her plans for the summer as, one by one, her friends secured the kinds of high-powered internships she had hoped to land. As the daughter of an immigrant mother and the first in her family to go to college, Burke...

Pages