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Device is used to monitor brain pressure in lab mice as prelude to possible use with human patients; future applications of this pressure-sensing...
Stanford's Yi Cui and colleagues have created a lithium-ion battery that alerts users to potential overheating.
Stanford engineers develop tiny, sound-powered medical implant to monitor illness, deliver therapies and relieve pain.
Stanford engineers are creating a small wireless device to improve studies of chronic pain

Decision analysis pioneer Ronald A. Howard honored

In 1964 Stanford Professor Ronald A. Howard helped to pioneer decision analysis. “It’s all about being clear in your decisions or, as we say, pursuing clarity of action,” he said of what is today a widely used approach to problem solving. The Society for Decision Professionals has honored Howard and Harvard University Professor Howard Raiffa by using their names in a newly-created award recognizing practitioners of the disciple they co-developed.