Stanford University (Stanford; officially Leland Stanford Junior University, colloquially the Farm) is a private research university in Stanford, California, adjacent to Palo Alto and between San Jose and San Francisco. Stanford's undergraduate program is the most selective in America. Due to its academic strength, wealth, and proximity to Silicon Valley it is often cited as one of the world's most prestigious universities.

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  • Stanford welcomes Class of 2021
    Students, staff and President Marc Tessier-Lavigne greet incoming freshman from the Class of 2021 as they move into their residence halls.
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  • Behind the scenes: Stanford's Cantor Arts Center reimagines Rodin
    The average exhibition takes one to two years of planning before opening to the public and the Cantor Art Center's new envisioning of its Rodin collection is no exception. From fabrication to painting to lighting, it truly takes a well-organized team to pull off an exhibition of this magnitude. The video shares an inside look at the process as preparators install Rodin's The Three Shades. For more...
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  • Stanford's Leland Scholars build boats to build community
    On a sunny day near Stanford's Terman Fountain, applause is heard as incoming freshman cheer for the boat they constructed earlier that morning. The team building activity caps a packed four weeks before the school year begins in which Leland Scholars get hands-on experience in chemistry and writing classes. The program is designed to help ease the transition to Stanford for students who may be th...
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  • Research Matters
    There’s no roadmap for the journey to a breakthrough. The #NextGreatDiscovery will be born from the personal perseverance of researchers supported by the sustained investment of universities and communities. Stanford faculty, students, and staff work to improve the everyday health and wellbeing of people around the world through the discovery and application of knowledge.   Stanford University: h...
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  • Stanford class brings performance to the Anderson Collection
    The latest Dance Improv Strategies Lab taught students that performance can happen anywhere at anytime. It could be at a theater or dance hall, or a less traditional venue like a museum or even a city street. For their final project, students chose any area in or around the Anderson Collection at Stanford University and created a performance to work in tandem with the modern art museum.
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  • Humpback whale flapping foreflipper
    Researchers in the Goldbogen lab at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station used video tags to film humpback whales and found a unique and rare foreflipper movement. Previously, it was believed humpback whales only used their front flippers for steering but this new "flapping" movement generates significant thrust. Credit: Goldbogen lab/Stanford University
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  • Warhol Unframed at the Cantor Arts Center
    How is a soup can like Chairman Mao? At the Cantor Arts Center, Peggy Phelan, the Ann O'Day Maples Professor in the Arts and professor of English, and Alex Zivkovic, ’17, discuss celebrity and commodification in the work of Andy Warhol.
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  • From “Old Chem” To The Sapp Center: An Historic Renovation | Teaching Chemistry at Stanford
    Stanford’s “Old Chem” opened its doors in 1902 and was home to the Department of Chemistry until 1989. Severe damage in the Loma Prieta earthquake required that “Old Chem” be closed. Surrounded by a tall hurricane fence for almost 30 years, “Old Chem” remained a much-admired historical building. A thorough renovation was finally undertaken and “Old Chem” reopened in 2016 as the Sapp Center for Sci...
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  • The Origins of Silicon Valley: Why and How It Happened
    Why did Silicon Valley come into being? In this talk, Paul Wesling brings you back to early Stanford engineers, campus faculty kids around 1915, local Hams (amateur radio operators) trying to break RCA's tube patents, the sinking of the Titanic, angel investments, Fred Terman and Stanford University, local invention of high-power tubes (gammatron, klystron), WWII and radar, new approaches to runni...
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  • Stentor cells regenerating
    These Stentor cells were once a single cell. That cell was cut in half by the microfluidic guillotine developed by Sindy Tang, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Stanford, and her lab. This time lapse shows them successfully regenerating over a period of two days.
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  • Tang lab microfluidic guillotine
    A Stentor cell being cut in half by the microfluidic guillotine developed by Sindy Tang, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Stanford, and her lab. These cells can self-heal into two separate cells after cutting and are used to study single-cell wound healing.
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