Researchers from the University of Stanford created the first material in the world that can repeatedly heal itself when damaged (at room temperature) while perceived minimal pressure when touched.So it seems ideal for use in future self-sustaining devices.
Physics and engineering Department at Stanford University have demonstrated a device which provide photons and having the same effect as a magnet effect on the electrons. This may lead to a new class of nano-scale devices that use light instead of electricity. This system demonstrates the long-awaited communication device based on light. It Successfully solves a number of problems.
Apple headquarters from time to time there will be fans to visit, but the fans can do is nothing more than standing on the front of the building, a pat on the periphery of the Apple offices, you can also pat the logo of Apple’s door in the street. In addition, a feature of the project is access to the store of Apple headquarters. Apple headquarters store is not selling Apple products, but sales of the Apple logo merchandise, these goods are only sold only at Apple headquarters. It can be considered to Apple headquarters the souvenirs of a visit.
Through the investigation started a decade ago, the team of biologist Irving Weissman of Stanford University has announced a single drug to reduce or cure all kinds of tumors such as ovarian, breast, colon, brain, bladder , liver and prostate. A finding that the researchers found after implantation in mice. Treatment through an antibody capable of blocking the signal “not eating” that usually occurs in tumor cells , tricking the immune system and preventing destroy cancer cells.
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The brand claims that their product Lytro allow you to focus after taking the picture. The software is compatible with Apple and, in months, will be released the portable version to Windows.
Researchers at Stanford University have devised a way to prevent electric cars starting on a long drive to the power: To provide the street with coils that transmit electricity wirelessly via magnetic resonance in the car.