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Described by a friend to be “as tough a guy as I’ve ever met,” Jim Plunkett has taken his share of hits. What helps keep him on his feet, says Stanford’s only Heisman Trophy winner, is his special bond with a group of Rose Bowl teammates.
Using optical technology to switch neurons on and off, Karl Deisseroth is strengthening our understanding of how the brain works, and exploring pathways into the mind.
When a Stanford grad first produced a beam of amplified light 50 years ago, it spawned a technological frenzy that revolutionized everything from precision surgery to Pink Floyd concerts. Here are the highlights.
The Effort Effect
Seeing at the Speed of Sound
Let Me Introduce Myself
Dunder Mifflin Going Out of Business
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