Ford announced it would work with both Stanford and MIT on its autonomous vehicle program to develop new car behaviors.
A new method of recording brain activity affords scientists unprecedented monitoring -- and yes, it involves temporarily removing a portion of a patient's skull to insert packets of electrodes.
Interactive Advertising Bureau CEO Randall Rothenberg calls the effort to determine which cookies should be blocked or allowed a "Kangaroo Cookie Court" that will hurt small Internet publishers.
At the Cool Product Expo, design studios show off their latest ideas, from skateboards to guitars to new ways of enjoying photography.
The ultrathin, single-fiber endoscope boasts four times the resolution of existing designs and could result in minimally invasive surgeries for studying the brain, detecting cancer early, and more.
Scientists at Stanford have developed a cooling device that they believe can boost athletic performance better than steroids. Molly Wood goes through an intense workout while wearing the glove and tests to see if it actually works!
Self-taught scientist is credited with inventing the nickel-metal hybrid battery as well as a new class of semiconductors.
A showcase of vehicle concepts at Stanford University's Center for Automotive Research hints at how we'll be navigating city streets in the near future. Time to rethink the four-wheeled car.
At the Cool Product Expo, entrepreneurs show off everything from electric cars to personalized 3D printers to a scent production machine.
R&D projects at the Cool Product Expo at Stanford University run the gamut, from transportation innovations to medical devices. But most have one thing in common: coolness--like the latest in Internet smell tech, for example!