New insights into collagen, the stretchy protein that provides a stiff cushion for cells, aids our understanding of regenerative medicine.
Stanford researchers are studying the way collagen moves between stiff and elastic states in the human body. | Image by Sebastian Kaulitzki/Shutterstock
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Stanford University Department of Mechanical Engineering William C. Reynolds Memorial Seminar
Presented by Dr. Evelyn Hu Tarr-Coyne Professor of Applied Physics and of Electrical Engineering John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Harvard University
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The maiden voyage of a humanoid robotic diver recovers treasures from King Louis XIV’s wrecked flagship
Powered by artificial intelligence and haptic feedback systems, the robot OceanOne gives human pilots an unprecedented ability to explore the ocean depths.
OceanOne, a new humanoid robotic diver from Stanford, explores La Lune, a 17th century shipwreck off the southern coast of France. | Image courtesy Frederic Osada and Teddy Seguin/DRASSM
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An engineer explores how the magic of bird flight can be applied to building better aerial robots.
Ferrari, a lovebird, with Stanford's David Lentink, who is using a wind tunnel to probe the mysteries of birds in flight. | Photo by L.A. Cicero
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A team of engineers explore how a new kind of wearable electronics could restore sensation to people with prosthetic limbs.
Can we build better prostheses? | REUTERS/Mary Schwalm
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Stanford University President John Hennessy offers his take on important leadership qualities, Silicon Valley, and the future of higher education.
Stanford University President John Hennessy discusses some of the most powerful lessons he’s learned as leader of one of the world’s most complex and dynamic institutions of higher education. In conversation with Tina Seelig, director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, at the DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Series, Hennessy also shares insights from his entrepreneurial career in the high-tech industry.
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In the Stanford Product Realization Lab, students get back in touch with the process of making and building things.
Photos courtesy of Tamer Shabani
Each quarter, mechanical engineering’s Stanford Product Realization Lab hosts an event to allow students to showcase projects they designed and manufactured in the foundry, the woodworking lab, the welding lab, or the machining lab. We sat down with seven students to hear more about their Winter 2016 projects.
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Mark Fields discusses the evolution of the auto industry, and how the business he leads is moving from an auto company to an auto and mobility company.
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A fellowship offered jointly by the School of Engineering and the Friends of Music at Stanford provides music lessons to engineering students.
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Barbara Beskind discusses the importance of observing, listening, trusting, and learning from mistakes
Barbara Beskind | Courtesy IDEO
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