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Brink Helps No. 7 Stanford Hold off No. 4 Indiana 69-66

Cameron Brink had 21 points, 22 rebounds and five blocks to help seventh-ranked Stanford edge No. 4 Indiana 69-66 at the Baha Mar Hoops Pink Flamingo Championship tournament.
Tags: Stanford, Indiana, Cameron Brink


Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes admits to adding Pfizer logo to company reports and hiding the use of third-party devices: Trial week 12 recap

Brittany Hosea-Small/Reuters Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes returned to the stand this week in her criminal fraud trial. She admitted using Pfizer's logo without authorization but said, "I wish I had done it differently." Holmes also said she concealed Theranos' use of third-party devices over trade secret concerns. Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes continued testifying in the 12th week of her federal fraud trial this week. Her defense has argued she couldn't have knowingly dup...
Tags: News, Stanford, Africa, Trends, Merck, Walgreens, New York Times, Fda, Npr, Trial, Pfizer, Siemens, Cnbc, Theranos, Gibbons, Elizabeth Holmes


White House creates new climate-focused division within Office of Science and Technology Policy

The White House has tapped Stanford professor Sally Benson to lead a new climate division in OSTP, a White House official confirmed to CNN.
Tags: Stanford, White House, Cnn, Office of Science and Technology Policy, OSTP, Sally Benson


Die Hard Characters As Dungeons & Dragons Character Alignments

Beyond the storytelling possibilities afforded by its fantastical settings, the key to any "Dungeons & Dragons" campaign is the diverse field of social dynamics that can emerge from just a few different character archetypes -- from rangers and barbarians to rogues and sorcerers -- and the color-wheel spectrum of character alignments any player can draw from its four compass points of Chaotic, Lawful, Good and Evil.And beyond its awesome action sequences, what makes the original "Die Hard" (1988)...
Tags: Japan, New York, Movies, California, Stanford, Nsa, America, Los Angeles, Fbi, Harvard, John, Johnson, Lapd, Pearl Harbor, Mcclane, DMC


Don’t Be a Victim of the Great Resignation

By now, you’ve likely heard the term “the great resignation.” Anthony Klotz, a professor at Texas A&M University, coined the term in a May Bloomberg article to refer to the great numbers of workers expected to exit the workforce after the pandemic. Klotz does his own research, but a recent Microsoft study, the 2021 Work Trend Index, mirrored his findings. Microsoft surveyed more than 30,000 people in 31 countries and analyzed trillions of productivity and labor signals across LinkedIn and Micros...
Tags: Microsoft, Stanford, Careers, Linkedin, Management, Bloomberg, Current Affairs, Stanford University, Best Practices, Mckinsey, Texas A M University, HR Issues, Life in the 21st Century, Future Trends, Klotz, Anthony Klotz


Brock Turner 2.0 in New York?: privileged teen receives surprisingly lenient sentence for multiple sex offenses (and now national attention)

Because there are literally tens of thousands of state and federal sentences imposed every month, one can always find an array of notable stories of notable leniency and notable severity in individual sentencings.  But only a handful of sentencing stories ever garner broad national attention, and a variety of predictable and unpredictable factors usually account for what gives certain sentencing stories particular salience.  The case of Stanford swimmer Brock Turner, the 20-year old given only s...
Tags: Usa, New York, Law, California, Cbs News, Stanford, Chris, Murphy, Cohen, Steven Cohen, Buffalo News, Niagara County, Douglas A Berman, Lewiston New York, Brock Turner, Belter


Stanford Researchers Recognize Lack of Whales Wrecks the Oceans

Stanford research on whale feeding highlights how the precipitous decline of large marine mammals has negatively impacted the health and productivity of ocean ecosystems. Nextbigfuture had a video... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Starting Your StartUp Career: The Rocket Ship Startup List

New graduates should jump on board one of these high flying companies and go along for the ride Graduating students hungry to dive into the startup community around the world (aka StartUpLand) often struggle to select the right, specific opportunity where they can productively start their career. Each spring, I provide a comprehensive list of exciting, growing, hiring startups that are worthy of consideration as places to start or continue a career in StartUpLand. The criteria for being...
Tags: David Brooks, Stanford, China, India, Trends, Harvard, Raymond Wang, MIT Sloan, Bussgang, Andy Rachleff, Caroline Constable, East Coast West Coast International, ShopRunner Sprout Social Tempus CO, MapBox Optoro Sonatype Vox Media, Lucid Software ObservePoint


Matharu, No. 25 Texas Women Jolt Third-Ranked Stanford 61-56

Aliyah Matharu made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 5:06 to play and two more in the closing minutes, freshman Rori Harmon scored 21 points and No. 25 Texas jolted defending national champion and third-ranked Stanford 61-56.
Tags: Texas, Stanford, Aliyah Matharu, Rori Harmon


How Feeling Old Could Make You Kinder

When Jen Park was an adolescent growing up in Korea, she was the oldest child in a family with two working parents. She remembers taking on responsibilities that made her feel older than her peers. “I learned to grow up at an early age,” Park explains. “When I was 14, I’d pick my younger brother up from school,” Park says. “I’d be in charge of checking his homework and making sure that he was fed until our parents got home. I’d make ramen for him.” That early experience is one of the things th...
Tags: Google, Parenting, Stanford, Park, Korea, Boston University, Huang, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Daniella Kupor, Szu Chi Huang, Jen Park, Bella Rozenkrants


Why Arts And Humanities Are Crucial To STEM Education And The Tech Industry

In the latest university rankings from Times Higher Education, the top two schools for arts and humanities in the world are, perhaps surprisingly, Stanford and MIT. TES Chief Knowledge Officer Phil Baty explains why, and why it matters. – World Economic Forum
Tags: Art, Stanford, Issues, Phil Baty


SwipeLingo and Javascript Notebook

I've been working on a couple educational projects since Google, SwipeLingo and Javascript Notebook. SwipeLingo is a quick matching game for touchscreens. Javascript Notebook is a tool for writing coding tutorials, exercises, and examples. I'm unable to fully finish them and get them exactly where I wanted them before starting at Microsoft. But I'm launching anyway in case they or the ideas in them are useful to others. SwipeLingo is a game-with-a-purpose, a quick matching game that is both fun...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Stanford, Greg Linden


Chalk Talk: How Oregon Blocks the Inside Zone

Much has been made of Oregon's ADHD-esque offense since Chip Kelly first arrived as offensive coordinator in 2007. The team's appearance in the national championship last season resulted in countless high schools and colleges attempting to mimic Kelly's breathless no-huddle playcalling. Now, everyone seems to be jumping on the Autzen bandwagon; Miami Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra made waves this offseason by flying his entire staff to Eugene to learn more about Kelly's philosophy (apparently Le...
Tags: Oregon, Stanford, Nike, Sport, Chris Brown, Miami, Espn, College Football, Pac-12, Ducks, Chip Kelly, Kelly, Eugene, South Beach, Erik Spoelstra, LaMichael James


UND 18th IN FCS Coaches Poll

Rankings - FCS Coaches Poll Last Updated - October 10, 2016 FCS Coaches Poll FCS Coaches Poll STATS FCS Top 25 Simple Ratings System FCS Coaches Poll STATS FCS Top 25 Simple Ratings System RANK TEAM POINTS PREVIOUS RECORD RANK TEAM POINTS PREVIOUS RECORD 1 North Dakota State (26) 650 1 5-0 2 Sam Houston State 617 2 ...
Tags: Colorado, Montana, Stanford, LSU, Georgia, Sport, Harvard, North Dakota, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Liberty, Iowa, San Diego, Hockey, Air Force


Black and White Friends Want to Talk About Race, But It’s Hard

Conversations about race between Black and white friends can feel uncomfortable, but having these discussions may make the friendship stronger, according to new Stanford research. Researchers found that people view conversations with a friend about race as beneficial—they believe they can lead to better understanding, learning, and closeness. But accompanying these positive expectations is a fear that these conversations could go badly, researchers report in a new paper published recently in th...
Tags: Parenting, Mexico, Stanford, Black, Sánchez, Steele, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Laredo Texas, Claude Steele, Stanford News Read, Kiara Sanchez, Rice University in Houston Texas Sanchez


LSAT Diary Interview: 155 to 170 to Stanford Law

This LSAT Diary is from "Jim," who improved from 155 to 170 and got into Stanford Law after working with me and using the day-by-day study plan! (He has a unique first name and wanted to remain anonymous.) If you want to be in LSAT Diaries, please email me at [email protected] (You can be in LSAT Diaries whether you've taken the exam already or not.) "Jim's" LSAT Diary: Can you give [Author: Steve Schwartz]
Tags: College, Stanford, Jim, Stanford Law, LSAT Diaries, Steve Schwartz


Burning Platform: Flashing Red Lights around Green Policy

In the 57th episode of Burning Platform, we host Kurt Marko of MarkoInsights. He is an IT analyst, consultant and regular contributor to a number of technology publications including Diginomica and AvidThink. Coming out of Stanford with a BS and... [Author: vinnie]
Tags: Stanford, Trends, Sustainability, Vinnie, Green Computing, Globalization and Technology, Diginomica, Burning Platform, Kurt Marko


Elon Musk just lost $50 billion in 2 days, but he's still the world's richest person. Here's how the Tesla and SpaceX CEO makes and spends his $288 billion fortune.

Patrick Pleul/picture alliance via Getty Images Elon Musk just lost $50 billion in just two days, but he's still the richest person in the world. A notorious workaholic, Musk doesn't spend his money on lavish vacations or expensive hobbies. Here's how Musk makes and spends his $288 billion fortune. Decades before becoming a father of six and amassing an $288 billion fortune, Musk taught himself to code as a child growing up in South Africa. By the time he was 12, he sold ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Spacex, Elon Musk, New York, California, Washington, Ebay, Life, Stanford, Careers, Entrepreneur, Trends, Strategy, Tesla, Bloomberg


108,000 people with medical debt are getting $212 million in relief, thanks to help from Stacey Abrams

Former Georgia state House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams. AP Photo/Brynn Anderson, File Stacey Abrams' PAC donated $1.34 million to wipe out medical debt for 108,000 people from 5 states. The effort was aimed at those in states like Georgia and Alabama without Medicaid expansion. Medical debt totals to $140 billion in the US, and healthcare costs are continuing to rise. Medical debt in America currently totals $140 billion, and failure to expand Medicaid in some states has pushed those...
Tags: Mississippi, Stanford, Medical, US, Alabama, America, Trends, Georgia, House, Arizona, Wisconsin, Medicare, Associated Press, Louisiana, Medicaid, South


Startup harnesses self-supervised learning to tackle speech recognition biases

Speech recognition systems struggle to understand African American Vernacular English (AAVE). In a 2020 study by Stanford University researchers, the software performed so poorly for AAVE that some leading systems made correct transcriptions for barely half the words spoken. The researchers speculated that the systems had a common flaw: “insufficient audio data from Black speakers when training the models.” A startup called Speechmatics has developed a technique that appears to reduce this data ...
Tags: Startups, Stanford, Stanford University, Insider, Neural, Speechmatics


New Book Warns CS Mindset and VC Industry are Ignoring Competing Values

So apparently three Stanford professors are offering some tough-love to young people in the tech community. Mehran Sahami first worked at Google when it was still a startup (recruited to the company by Sergey Brin). Currently a Stanford CS professor, Sahami explained in 2019 that "I want students who engage in the endeavor of building technology to think more broadly about what are the implications of the things that they're developing — how do they impact other people? I think we'll all be bett...
Tags: Google, Stanford, Tech, Sergey Brin, Silicon Valley, Reich, Stanford CS, Mehran Sahami, Rob Reich, Sahami, Jeremy Weinstein


From a 'slow-up' to the 'Great Reshuffle,' Gen Z is demanding a better workplace. And it's working.

Gen Z is ready to take on the workplace. ViewApart / Getty Images Gen Z has entered the labor force, reshaping norms and expectations along the way. Through a "slow-up" they're slowing down productivity and demanding better work-life balance. They're also powering a "Great Reshuffle," refusing to settle for jobs they don't like and job-hopping until they're happy. "I'm so tired that I might/Quit my job, start a new life."So says Gen Z crooner and pop star extraordinaire...
Tags: Stanford, Time, Trends, Linkedin, Walmart, United States, New York Times, Young, Rodrigo, Goldberg, Gen Z, Gen Zers, Olivia Rodrigo, Emma Goldberg, Ryan Roslansky, Klotz


Big whales eat 3 times as much as previously thought, which means killing them for food and blubber is even more harmful to the environment

Researchers near Antarctica interact with humpback whales. Duke University Marine Robotics and Remote Sensing under NOAA permit 1 4809 - 03 and ACA permits 2015 - 011 and 2020 - 016 Marine ecosystems were thrown out off-kilter by the mass hunting of big whales. Whales eating krill keep marine life in balance - and now a study found they eat more than thought. The finding means that each individual whale is even more important than people realized. Scientists have found that large whales ea...
Tags: Science, Stanford, Animals, Trends, News UK, Antarctica, Fishing, Noaa, Whaling, Ecosystem, Southern Ocean, Smithsonian Institution, Nicholas Pyenson, Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, Pyenson, Matthew Savoca


Tuesday’s Show Info (11/2/21)

Placer Artists Studio Tour Nov. 12-14, 10am – 5pm Taste of the Tour Preview Show Through November 14 Blue Line Arts 405 Vernon St, Roseville, CA http://www.bluelinearts.org @bluelinearts http://www.placerartiststour.org @PlacerArtistsStudiosTour Folsom Theatre https://www.falconseyetheatre.com/midsummer Friday, November 5th at 7:30pm Saturday, November 6th at 7:30pm Sunday, November 7th at 7:30pm Friday, November 12th at 7:30pm Saturday, November 13th at 7:30pm Sunday, November 14th at 7:30pm Th...
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Stanford Engineers Team Up With Michelin-Star Chef To Build Modular Restaurants

Stanford engineers Alex Kolchinski, Alex Gruebele and Max Perham paired up with Michelin-star chef Eric Minnich to start Mezli, a company building fully autonomous modular restaurants. TechCrunch reports: Mezli's prototype robot restaurant is making a minority of the bowls served to customers and is supplemented by a human-powered kitchen. It is up and running and serving customers from the company's KitchenTown location in San Mateo. The machines take up a 10-foot by 20-foot space and are frees...
Tags: Stanford, Tech, Michelin, San Mateo, Pieter Abbeel, Stanford Engineers, Alex Kolchinski Alex Gruebele, Max Perham, Eric Minnich, Mezli, Kolchinski, Zaid Ayoub


We compared 13 popular online learning platforms for all ages, budgets, and interests - our favorites include Coursera for certificate courses and MasterClass for creative arts classes

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. We compared some of the top online learning platforms, like edX and Coursera, to help you find the best ones suited to your interests, career goals, budget, time commitment, and more. Coursera; edX; Gilbert Espinoza/Business Insider The rise of online learning is democratizing education by improving access to top-notch courses. We compared some of the platforms we cover the most to help you find the bes...
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Stanford neuromodulation therapy causes remission in almost 80% of patients with severe depression

A new type of magnetic brain stimulation brought rapid remission to almost 80% of participants with severe depression in a study conducted at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
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7 books to help you manage stress, burnout, and overexertion at work

Read Eyal's "Indestructible: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life," for a four-step model for meeting your goals. Shutterstock These 7 books can help you learn how to handle stress, beat burnout, and to speak up for yourself at work. "Effortless: Make it Easier to Do What Matters Most" by Greg McKeown shares tips on how to avoid overextion. "The Most Powerful You: 7 Bravery-Boosting Paths to Career Bliss" by Kathy Caprino breaks down power gaps that could be holding you ...
Tags: Books, Stanford, Trends, Strategy, Stress, Power, Bliss, Anxiety, Book Club, University Of Virginia, Nordic, Brene Brown, Nir Eyal, Book Recommendations, Contributor, Angela Duckworth


Moderna vaccine offers substantial protection against delta variant in vaccinated prisoners

When the delta variant of the coronavirus hit the Sierra Conservation Center — a low- to medium-security prison for men in California — residents who had received the Moderna vaccine were well protected against symptomatic infection, according to Stanford-led research.
Tags: Health, California, Stanford, Moderna, Sierra Conservation Center


Billionaire Seeks To Build Largely Windowless Dorm In 'Social and Psychological Experiment'

The University of California, Santa Barbara is preparing to spend $1.5 billion on a new 4,500-person student dorm designed by a billionaire mega-donor whose layout so closely resembles that of a prison a consulting architect resigned in protest, according to the Santa Barbara Independent. From a report: The architect likened it to a "social and psychological experiment with an unknown impact on the lives and personal development of the undergraduates the university serves" in his resignation let...
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