An open-source device developed at Stanford University turns microbiology into an interactive and educational tool
Researchers develop energy source that shuts down before a hoverboard overheats
The Soundhawk smart listening system uses wireless and smartphone capabilities to focus on specific sounds, rather than amplify all ambient noise.
Stanford University researchers are developing a new biofeedback tool to help differentiate epileptic seizures from normal brain activity.
Stanford University’s free ‘Shark Net’ iOS app enables people to track geotagged sharks and learn more about them with photos, videos, and 3D interactive models.
Bioengineers from Stanford University have devised a way of repeatedly encoding, storing and erasing digital data within the DNA of living cells.
New biplane design by MIT and Stanford researchers produces less of a sonic boom and less drag making it more sustainable.
The SMILE Plug will allow students and teachers to engage and collaborate on multiple devices.
The team believes they could have applications in prosthetic limbs, robotics and touch-sensitive computer displays.
The University of Virginia provides easy access to tools and an air pump to students on campus.
Wheelz uses Facebook and an iPhone app to connect students who have cars with those who are in need.
Birchbox, the makeup subscription startup, announced $10.5M in earnings at the close of its first round of funding.