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An eye for beauty

Not long ago, a physicist at Stanford posed a rhetorical question that took me by surprise. "Why is there so much beauty?" he asked. Beauty was not what I was thinking the world was full of when he brought it up. The physicist, Manu Prakash, was captivated by ... Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago

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Victoria Azarenka hastens to tennis court after son's birth, wants to play Wimbledon

Azarenka announced in April that she would return to the court in August at the Stanford tournament, but the two-time Australian Open champion has decided to speed up her return.
 Zee News1 month ago New mum Victoria Azarenka all set to return to WTA at Stanford  Zee News2 months ago
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Meet the student who got into Stanford after writing #BlackLivesMatter 100 times on his application

Most students would be stunned to be accepted into the prestigious Stanford University, but perhaps none more so than Ziad Ahmed. Why? Because he answered the application question What matters to you, and why? in a pretty bold way: by writing ...
 Breaking News2 months ago Muslim writes 'BlackLivesMatter' 100 times, gets into Stanford  DNA2 months ago Muslim teen writes Black Lives Matter in his US college application, gets a call from Stanford  DNA2 months ago Muslim teenager gets Stanford University place by writing #BlackLivesMatter 100 times  The Telegraph UK2 months ago

Waiting for green cards, Indian visa-holders see hope in Trump review

When Gokul Gunasekaran was offered a full scholarship for a graduate programme in electrical engineering at Stanford University, he saw it as the chance of a lifetime. He had grown up in Chennai, India, and had a solid job offer with a large oil company after ...
 Reuters2 months ago

Recent violence in US not indicative of whole country: Former Stanford don

The three violent attacks against Indians in the US are not indicative of the whole country and students should not take them into account while deciding whether or not to apply to US universities, according to a former assistant dean at Stanford ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Stanford Classic: Maria Sharapova gets wildcard entry, to play in the event for first time in six years

Sharapova, ranked 173rd in the world, made her tour return in April at Stuttgart, reaching the semi-finals. The post Stanford Classic: Maria Sharapova gets wildcard entry, to play in the event for first time in six years appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 week ago Maria Sharapova receives invite to play at WTA Stanford tournament  Zee News1 week ago Sharapova to return in July for World Team Tennis matches  Business Standard5 days ago
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Device to charge gadgets wirelessly

According to a study published in the journal Nature, scientists at Stanford University have developed a device that can wirelessly charge gadgets that are moving within a close range. The idea is to develop this technology so that one day not only vehicles ...
 India Glitz1 week ago New tech can wirelessly charge electric cars and smartphones  DNA1 week ago New device can wirelessly charge cell phones, electric cars  Business Standard1 week ago Stanford scientists develop wireless charger for cell phones, electric cars  Business Standard1 week ago

Photosynthesis may help treat heart disease: study

Stanford scientists have found that using blue-green algae and light to trigger photosynthesis inside the heart could help treat cardiac disease. "The beauty of it is that it's a recycling system," said Joseph Woo, from Stanford University in the US.
 DNA1 week ago

Life of lesbians in Nazi Germany

Lesbians may have enjoyed limited toleration during the Nazi regime in Germany, a new Stanford research has suggested.Samuel Clowes Huneke, a doctoral candidate in history, examined police investigation files from the 1940s involving alleged violations of ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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'Indulgent labelling' can make people eat more veggies: study

Labelling vegetables with indulgent descriptions usually used to describe fatty foods may help promote healthy eating, Stanford scientists say.
 DNA2 weeks ago
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