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Oct 18 2018 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
Article written by Alex Shashkevich
Oct 2 2018 | Stanford GSE | Posted In: In the News
Article written by Carrie Spector "Brandon Simmons, a captain for the Stanford Cardinal football team, remembers sustaining his first concussion during a high school game in Arlington, Texas. “I was heading off the quarterback, and my nature as a football player is really physical—I...
Sep 7 2018 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
Article Written by Melissa De Witte "Every August, fire-breathing dancers, costumed performers and free-thinking artists gather in the Nevada desert to celebrate Burning Man, a countercultural event devoted to communal living, radical art and self-expression. Amid the artists and free thinkers are...
Sep 5 2018 | Stanford Engineering | Posted In: In the News
Article Written by Stanford Engineering Staff "Sarah Billington began her career in civil engineering studying concrete, a remarkable material that has literally shaped the world as we know it. Concrete is one of the most-consumed materials on Earth — second only to water, but this one material...
Aug 17 2018 | Stanford EEES | Posted In: In the News
Article Written By Andrew Myers, Stanford Engineering "In the quest for clean alternative energy sources, hydrogen is a favorite. It releases a lot of energy when burned — with a bonus: The major byproduct of burning hydrogen is pure water.

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