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Researchers Marinka Zitnik, PhD; Monica Agrawal; and Jure Leskovec, PhD, have designed a new system to deal with the literally billions of possibilities when considering any two drugs — out of about 5,000 on the U.S. market — and one of around a thousand different side effects.
New Stanford research shows that sentences that frame one gender as the standard for the other can unintentionally perpetuate biases.
Jul 10 2018 | Stanford News
Millions of people take upwards of five medications a day, but testing the side effects of such combinations is impractical. Now, Stanford computer scientists have figured out how to predict side effects using artificial intelligence.
​When the stakes are high, how do you motivate and inspire your team?
Your brain doesn't just sits still inside your skull, it rhythmically bulges and shrinks with each heartbeat, by an amount equivalent to a bit less the width of a human hair.
By Nathan Collins
It's not a secret that William Newsome, PhD, a world-renowned neurobiologist, is also a Christian. But on the other hand, it's not something he wears on his sleeve — so most people probably don't realize that his faith helped inspire his interest in the brain, that his mother and...
Jul 5 2018 | Stanford Magazine
Based on your search history, your location data and even how you mouse, Eric Horvitz’s algorithms could alert you when it’s time to see a doctor.
Jul 2 2018
The Institute is pleased to announce that it has selected eight Big Ideas Letters of Intent for development into full proposals.
Stanford neuroscientist Andrew Huberman, PhD, uses virtual reality footage to evoke fear in volunteers, in order to better understand the emotion and find ways to help people overcome it.
The audible world contains vast amounts of information about the world around us. Scholars from across Stanford are exploring this invisible landscape as a research tool and as a way of understanding each other.

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