Imperial Valley News
Stanford, California - Sympathy is influenced by cultural differences, new Stanford research shows.
Stanford, California - Computer chips, solar cells and other electronic devices have traditionally been based on silicon, the most famous of the semiconductors, that special class of materials whose unique electronic properties can be manipulated to turn electricity on and off the way faucets control the flow of water.
Stanford, California - It has taken more than a million fine samples of aerodynamic force and airflow combined to determine what makes a hummingbird's wings so adept at hovering.
Berkeley, California - “Our great art institutions are cheating us of our artistic patrimony every day, and if they wanted to, they could stop,” writes Michael O’Hare, professor at UC Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy, in the spring 2015 edition of Democracy: A Journal of Ideas.
Berkeley, California - It’s not a stretch to say that without UC Berkeley and its alumni, the National Park Service would not be what it is today. In fact it might not even exist.
Cambridge, Massachusetts - In a broad new assessment of the status and prospects of solar photovoltaic technology, MIT researchers say that it is “one of the few renewable, low-carbon resources with both the scalability and the technological maturity to meet ever-growing global demand for electricity.”