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What does the future of energy look like?  Stanford scientists weigh in

Stanford researchers have developed a water-based battery to store solar and wind energy

Double-duty textile developed by Stanford researchers could warm or cool

Stanford researchers develop a gel for growing large quanitities of neural stem cells

Scientists get first close-ups of finger-like growths that trigger battery fires

A Stanford battery based on sodium may offer more cost-effective storage than a lithium

Stanford engineers create smart windows that go from clear to dark in under a minute

Atomic Movies May Help Explain Why Perovskite Solar Cells Are More Efficient

Evidence for a particle that is its own antiparticle

Energy Department awards Stanford $1.5 million for solar research

Nanoscientist Yi Cui named Blavatnik National Laureate

Stanford researchers create a high-performance, low-energy artificial synapse for neural network computing

Stanford-developed nanostraws sample a cell's contents without damage

Stanford researchers say extracting uranium from seawater could help nuclear power play a larger role in a carbon-free energy future

 


Condensed Matter Physics Seminar

thursday, october 11, 2018 at 3:15 pM, mccullough building, room 115

"Many Body Entanglement, Strange Metals and Black Holes"

Jan Zaanen, Leiden University, Netherlands


Condensed Matter Physics Seminar

thursday, october 18, 2018 at 3:15 pm, mccullough building, room 115

"Learning Quantum Emergence with AI"

Eun-Ah Kim, Cornell University