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The Stem Cell ethics, law, medicine, multidisciplinary, policy, politics, science, stem cell

The science, ethics, business and politics of stem cell research.

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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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Swain Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Library Blog chemical engineering, chemistry, engineering, library, science

Latest news from the Swain Library

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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 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 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 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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Smart Energy Show energy, environment, podcast, research, science, video

Smart Energy: Technologies and ideas to power the world safely and efficiently.

How do we meet this rising demand without inflicting permanent damage to the fragile environment that supports our life on earth? What’s the latest science? What should governments do? What can individuals do? Smart Energy answers these questions through interviews with the Who’s Who in the energy world: the world’s leading scientists and engineers, investors and policy makers.

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Scope biomedicine, health, medicine, policy, research, science

Scope aims to provide high-quality, timely conversations about biomedical research and health-care policy. Thirteen members of the medical school's communications staff, who together have more than 150 years of science-writing experience, will contribute to Scope.

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Neotale-A New Journey philosophy, poetry, science, technology

A Blog by a student who has finished his bachelors in technology and is from India. He is interested in Nature as a whole, and also how art is confined to the realms of Science and Technology so elegantly.

His blog is mainly about simple poetry and the recent technological developments happening all around the world.

The world is going towards a change, and that is what he exactly tries to express through his blog.

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Jensen @ Stanford cycling, science

Science, cycling, and Jeff Jensen's Stanford experience. Hear him.

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Got Gender? feminism, gender, girls, research, science, women

Michelle Cale writes on feminist, women's and gender issues at her personal blog http://gotgender.blogspot.com. Michelle works at the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, and has a background in women's history and British family law.

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Folding@home computer simulation, distributed computing, Folding@home, GPU, multidisciplinary, protein folding, PS3, research, science, technology, Vijay Pande

A blog all about Folding@home, from its Director, Prof. Vijay Pande

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Everyday Science chemistry, grad student, humor, lab, science

Everyday science is the science that doesn’t make the headlines--the science in the background--the science that we all do and know and love and hate. We just thought there should be a place to post our boring everyday results, trials, and tribulations. It's also a place for silly things and cool results.

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Cynbiosis music, photography, poetry, quirks of daily life, science More
Cross~Sections art, art conservator, artists, conservation, material science, museum, painting, preservation, prints, restoration, science, sculpture

The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford is interested in starting a conservation science program at the museum. This blog will provide a behind-the-scenes look at the conservation work and science projects pursued at the Cantor Arts Center Conservation Lab.

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Clastic Detritus academic life, earth science, environment, geology, graduate student, research, science

Clastic Detritus is the blog of a nearly-completed PhD student in Stanford's School of Earth Sciences. The content is mostly about the author's research interests, earth science in the news, with some posts about finishing a dissertation and general academic life as a graduate student.

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black-bellied dew-lover biology, health, medicine, neuroscience, science

Shelby Martin comments on the latest news in health, neuroscience, and biology.

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