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Oct 15 2021 | Stanford Medicine Faculty, Fellow, Research, Stanford
Clues from a blood sample can predict how quickly patients who have had hip-replacement surgery will make a full recovery, according to a new study led by Stanford Medicine researchers. The hope is that the blood test will provide insights into things patients can do before and after surgery, such...
Oct 13 2021 | HAI Faculty, Fellow, Research, Stanford
Most know the white cane as a simple-but-crucial tool that assists people with visual impairments in making their way through the world. Researchers at Stanford University have now introduced an affordable robotic cane that guides people with visual impairments safely and efficiently through their...
Oct 13 2021 | Stanford Graduate School of Education Faculty, Fellow, Research, Stanford
Amid a growing push for schools to better prepare young people to navigate a world awash in data, a team of scholars led by Stanford Graduate School of Education Professor Jo Boaler has introduced a groundbreaking tool for educators: “Big Ideas in Data Science,” a proposed set of standards for...
Oct 12 2021 | Stanford Report Faculty, Fellow, Research, Stanford
In a 14-year analysis of air quality across California, Stanford researchers observed higher levels of air pollutants within 2.5 miles of oil and gas wells, likely worsening negative health outcomes for nearby residents.
Oct 8 2021 | Stanford Report Stanford, Students, VPGE
The relationship between the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe and Stanford, whose campus is located within the Tribe’s ancestral territory, is recognized at many campus gatherings. Participants pause to acknowledge the history of the land and the significance of Native peoples to the university community with...

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