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Entrepreneur Jim Clark to Donate $60 million for interdisciplinary research at Stanford
October 15, 2013
Tech leader cites university's academic environment as crucial to producing insights at the intersection of life sciences, technology and engineering.
Stanford scientists awarded grants for innovative research
October 1, 2013
Michael Lin and Elizabeth Sattely are among eight Stanford researchers given NIH grants to pursue innovative research in biomedicine.
Bio-X: Bright minds, interdisciplinary collaborations, groundbreaking discoveries
September 9, 2013
Researchers from engineering, chemistry, physics, biology, medicine, humanities, ethics and the law, working together at the Clark Center, have been part of the Bio-X story of innovation.
Stanford bioengineering lab builds molecular ‘switch’ to reprogram control pathways in cells
August 15, 2013
Called a molecular network diverter, this new switch combines existing biological techniques into a meta-tool that can sense and modulate the signals that regulate the molecular machinery of life.
Stanford scientists develop ‘molecular flashlight’ that illuminates brain tumors in mice
August 12, 2013
Tough, bioengineered peptide is a major advance in brain tumor imaging that could enable more precise surgical removal.
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