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Anthony Ricci, a professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, and a self-confirmed lab rat, has seen firsthand how certain life-saving antibiotics can wreak havoc on what is his area of expertise — the inner ear.
May 29 2018 | Stanford Engineering
What’s next in VR? Jeremy Bailenson and Russ Altman discuss the fast-growing field in this episode of the Future of Everything radio show.
May 29 2018 | Stanford Medicine
A sampler of intelligent listening technologies emerging from Stanford
May 29 2018 | Stanford Medicine
Fixing a widely used antibiotic’s tendency to cause hearing loss
May 29 2018 | Stanford Medicine
A conversation with Renée Fleming
Moler succeeds Professor Ann Arvin, who will be returning to teaching and research after 12 years as research dean.
The 2018-19 budget supports the academic enterprise and new long-range planning initiatives.
May 23 2018 | NeuWrite West
Much to the frustration of sleep scientists, we do not understand why we need sleep or why there are variations between species in sleep behavior. We are beginning to understand what regulates sleep and how it has evolved, using a model organisms such as Astyanax mexicanus, or the Mexican cavefish.
Artificial intelligence offers both promise and peril as it revolutionizes the workplace, the economy and personal lives, says James Timbie of the Hoover Institution, who studies artificial intelligence and other technologies.
The scholars said that their study contributes to the research documenting a causal link between fetal stress exposure and mental health later in life.

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