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May 25 2014 | SF Chronicle
Stanford Neurosciences scientist, Ada Poon and her team of researchers have invented a chip as tiny as a grain of rice that wirelessly beams power to tiny implants located deep inside the body.
May 24 2014 | NeuWrite West Blog
Graduate students take questions from the public and answer them on the blog NeuWrite West as part of their Ask the Expert series.
May 19 2014 | Stanford News
Understanding the origins of our solar system, the future of our planet or humanity requires complex calculations run on high-power computers.

A common thread among research efforts across Stanford’s many disciplines is the growing use of sophisticated algorithms, run by brute computing power, to...
May 19 2014 | Stanford Report
A wireless system developed by Assistant Professor Ada Poon uses the same power as a cell phone to safely transmit energy to chips the size of a grain of rice. The technology paves the way for new "electroceutical" devices to treat illness or alleviate pain.
Taut springs guard worm’s sensory neurons during flexing and help respond to touch, an NIH-funded study reports
Graduate students interview neuroscientists about their process and motivation as part of the Brains and Bourbon podcast series.
May 12 2014 | HELEN SHEN | Nature
Neurogenesis interferes with past learning in infant and adult mice. Stanford Neuroscientist, Karl Deisseroth, says the research is incredibly impressive and covered everything from genetic and pharmacological interventions, to behavioral interventions, to cross-species comparisons."
May 7 2014 | The New Yorker
A humorous look at a novel approach to combat neurodegeneration.
Graduate students interview neuroscientists about their process and motivation as part of the Brains and Bourbon podcast series.
This week on "Brains and Bourbon," Tony Ricci discusses hearing, rebuilding his lab after hurricane Katrina and more!  Dr. Ricci is a professor of otolaryngology and...
May 6 2014 | NeuWrite West Blog
Graduate students take questions from the public and answer them on the blog Neuwrite West as part of their Ask the Expert series.

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