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Stanford Ignite invites entrepreneurs and innovators to apply for Bangalore program
Up to 60 high-potential individuals will be admitted into the program: Meeting at the state-of-the-art Infosys facilities over extended weekends, classes are taught by the same world-class Stanford Graduate School of Business faculty who teach in the MBA ... read more
You're Better Off Being A Fast Follower Than An Originator
First mover advantage – great bad idea. The phrase “first mover advantage” was first popularized in a 1988 paper by a Stanford Business School professor ... but understanding the type of market your company is going to enter. If the car business ... read more
Authentic Student-Led Discussion, Music to My Ears
"Don't look at me to validate your answers." "Seriously ... but ultimately fostering student voice means forcing them to be certain as they assert their ideas. Doesn't matter what the teacher thinks, only matters what they think in this scenario. read more
How to Keep Your Social Media Creeping Private
You probably think you know how to keep your internet habits secret. “Clearing browser history is too obvious,” you say. “I just do all my sketchy stuff in an incognito window!” Okay, hot stuff, then let me ask you this: You ever search anything ... read more
Does Immune System Hold Clues to Preterm Births?
He's an assistant professor of anesthesiology, perioperative and pain medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine ... "Ultimately, we want to be able to ask, 'Does your immune clock of pregnancy run too slow or too fast?'" Gaudilliere said in ... read more
I Refuse to Believe This Rumor About the iPhone With No Fingerprint Reader
According to the WSJ, the anniversary iPhone will have no Touch ID, which means your fingerprint will not be used to unlock ... but it’s a very dumb idea. read more
STANFORD AND HOOVER INSTITUTE AT ODDS AGAIN
It is administered but not controlled by Stanford and has come to be regarded as an intensive research organization with a conservative political orientation and strong ties to the Reagan Administration. Demands by some Stanford faculty members that the ... read more
Where Are The Big Ideas in Neuroscience? (Part 1)
By contrast, strict behaviorism (say) questions the foundations of the whole of psychology. Has there ever been an idea big enough to question the whole of neuroscience? Psychology has an intellectual history, whereas neuroscience doesn’t really. read more
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