Plans, dreams and day-to-day work for a team studying the sense of touch
New Stanford medical school curriculum gives more flexibility and incentives for long-term research
The FAST program, led by Stanford graduate students, sparks a passion in teens for science careers
Researchers have identified a brain-circuitry link between how much food mice consume and social interactions, which could lead to treatments for people with anorexia.
Stanford-India biodesign fellows invent a device that helps newborns breathe on their own
Capturing the brain’s learning and recall motor in silicon
New technology could make your drive therapy time
In a literal test drive, I chatted with experimental robots that help manage stress — here’s how it went
Researchers aim to harness microbes in our intestines to cure what ails us
A bioengineered replacement solves shortage of surfactant, which helps premature babies and people with lung injuries breathe.