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Meet Siqi Mou, the founder who is using artificial intelligence to redefine skincare
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U.S. sets new record for coronavirus cases
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Stanford Study Links 30,000 COVID-19 Cases to Trump Campaign Rallies
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Are Trump's rallies spreading coronavirus?
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Study: Superspreader Trump Rallies Generated 30,000 COVID-19 Cases And Over 700 Deaths
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#SiliconValley2.0: How an AI-driven startup is redefining business relationships
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A 'messy, sloppy, uncomfortable' first debate
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Covid 19 coronavirus: Trump rallies likely led to 700 deaths, study findsA new study from Stanford University has examined the effect of 18 of American President Donald Trump's rallies on the coronavirus pandemic in the United States.The conclusions are stark. According to..
Trump Rallies Led to 30,000 COVID Cases and 700 Deaths According to StanfordTrump campaign rallies have become major super spreader events, resulting in tens of thousands of COVID cases and hundreds of deaths ... this according to Stanford Univ. Stanford scientists conducted a..
Live election updates: Stanford model ties Trump rallies to 30K COVID cases; Trump, Biden visit battleground statesThere are now just three days to Election Day, and more than 85 million people have already voted, according to numbers compiled by @electproject.
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Ex-Rubio campaign adviser on candidate strategies for presidential debatesPresident Trump and Joe Biden go head-to-head in Cleveland on Tuesday night for the first presidential debate. Lanhee Chen, a fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution and former policy..
Could unlocking the mystery of the mealworm's gut help solve our plastic crisis?(CNN)Can't stomach the plastic pollution that washes up on beaches, kills sea life and makes its way into the food chain? Well mealworms can -- literally. Growing to more than 2cm long, mealworms are..
Vaping makes teenagers more vulnerable to COVID-19, says Stanford-led studyA new Standford-led study now says children who vape face increased risk of coronavirus. The research found that those who vaped were five to seven times more likely to be infected than...
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From Stanford med to blueberry fields: Student laborer gets lesson in COVID perseveranceA COVID break from Stanford medical school led Gianna Nino-Tapias to return to her old job picking blueberries — and a dose of harsh perspective.
Olympic star Katie Ledecky has training, Stanford studies this week instead of Tokyo racesKatie Ledecky would have been in Tokyo this week, where she likely would have added to her trove of Olympic swimming medals.
Notre Dame football schedule takes more hits with Pac-12 joining Big Ten ditching non-league gamesNotre Dame's Oct. 10 home game with Stanford and its Nov. 28 regular-season finale at USC will be deleted.
The keys to disease? Scientists reengineer one protein to fight cancer or to regenerate neuronsResearchers have made a new breakthrough using reengineered proteins to “unlock” abilities within the human body, which could stop cancer growth and may even regenerate damaged neurons. Stanford..
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California is days away from its projected coronavirus peak. Here's how the state prepared to 'bend the curve.'California took decisive early action against coronavirus, and that's why the state can be confident in its fight, a Stanford professor says.
Animal Viruses Are Jumping to Humans. Forest Loss Makes It Easier.New research from Stanford University holds lessons for a world reeling from the coronavirus and searching for ways to avert the next global pandemic.
Smart toilet uses artificial intelligence camera to detect health conditions and ‘anal print’A smart toilet capable of detecting early warning signs of cancer and other serious diseases has been developed by scientists in the US. Researchers at Stanford University built the device using an...
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Pompeo: Soleimani killing part of new strategy to deter U.S. foesWASHINGTON - U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday said Qassem Soleimani was killed as part of a broader strategy of deterring challenges by U.S. foes that also applies to China and Russia,..
Houseboat of Nobel Laureate, wife blocked by protesters in Kerala backwatersNobel Laureate Michael Levitt, who was in Kerala as a state guest, said he felt as if a bandit had stopped his wife and him at gunpoint. Levitt, a professor of structural biology at the Stanford..
Republicans use Trump impeachment to revive 1970s-era sexism: 'Watergate Girl'The House impeachment hearing last week left me with no doubt about three things. First, it clarified the constitutional standard for an impeachable offense. Second, it showed that, based on the..
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Peanut allergy shots? A new Stanford-led study shows an antibody injection could prevent allergic reactionsA treatment for severe peanut allergies could come in the form of an antibody injection, according to a new Stanford-led pilot study.
Google Pay to offer checking accounts through Citi, Stanford FederalAlphabet Inc's Google said on Wednesday it will offer personal checking accounts next year through its Google Pay app, initially in partnership with Citigroup Inc and a small credit union at Stanford..
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Oregon wraps nonconference slate with 35-3 win over MontanaJustin Herbert threw for 316 yards and five touchdowns in No. 15 Oregon's 35-3 victory Saturday night over Montana, the Ducks' final tuneup before opening Pac-12 play at Stanford next week
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Judge in Stanford sexual assault case fired from coaching jobAaron Persky was recalled last year for giving a Stanford University student a controversial sentence
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