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Stanford InfoBlog databases, infolab, information, research, science, search, technology, web

The Stanford InfoBlog discusses research issues related to the Stanford InfoLab. The Stanford InfoLab is a group within Computer Science headed by Prof. Hector Garcia-Molina and Prof. Jennifer Widom studying databases, information management, and the web.

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Stanford Premedical Association Premed Life health, healthcare, leadership, medicine, premed, premedical, research, science, Stanford, stanford premed, stanford premedical association, student life

The Stanford Premedical Association's Student Blog. A day in the life of a Stanford premed. Enjoy, write comments, ask questions. Make this place your own. The Stanford Premedical Association aims to help undergrads make an informed decision about pursuing medicine and to facilitate a supportive premed community at Stanford University. Contact stanfordpremed@gmail.com to write a post. Visit http://premed.stanford.edu.

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Stanford Racing Team Race Log autos, car, darpa, research, robots, science, technology, urban challenge

The Stanford Racing Team's race log from the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge.

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Stanford Social Innovation Review: Opinion Blog entrepreneurship, innovation, nonprofit, philanthropy, research, socialresponsibility

Strategies, tools, and ideas for nonprofits, foundations, and socially responsible business.

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Stanford Solar Car Project automobiles, car, competition, energy, engineering, environment, project, research, science, solar, technology

We are a student organization that designs, builds, tests, and races a solar powered vehicle every other year. We have open membership for any Stanford students or alumni who are interested in helping out. This blog follows our progress through the race cycle and is an excellent window into our operations.

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Stanford Technology Ventures Program engineering, entrepreneurship, innovation, management, multidisciplinary, podcasts, research, start-ups, teaching, technology, ventures, videos

We focus on inspiring an entrepreneurial mindset in individuals and organizations. Our blog focuses on the issues of entrepreneurial thought leadership, entrepreneurship and organizational research, creativity, and innovation.

Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) is the entrepreneurship center at Stanford University's School of Engineering. STVP is hosted by the Department of Management Science and Engineering.

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Tag-A-Giant biology, environment, fish, marine, oceans, research, science, wildlife

The search for bluefin tuna is on! A team of scientists from Stanford University and other partner institutions is scouring waters in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. The goal - to place electronic tags in giant bluefin tuna to learn more about their migrations, behavior, and environmental preferences.

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The Center for Internet and Society copyright, fairuse, freespeech, intellectualproperty, internet, law, privacy, research

In the heart of the Silicon Valley, legal doctrine is emerging that will determine the course of civil rights and technological innovation for decades to come. The Center for Internet and Society (CIS), housed at Stanford Law School and a part of the Law, Science and Technology Program, is at the apex of this evolving area of law.

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the college puzzle education, policy, research

Provides research and commentary on college preparation and college completion problems for broad access community colleges and four year institutions who accept all qualified students. Promotes better linkages between secondary schools and postsecondary education for underprepared students. Based in part on Stanford's Bridge project research funded by Pew and Us Department of Education-see http://bridgeproject.stanford.edu

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