Latest News for: Stanford project


Developer of proposed Duluth Heights apartment complex addresses traffic concerns

Duluth News Tribune 17 Sep 2021
But Unique Properties LLC, led by developer Samuel Herzog, has pledged that it has no plans to fully extend Stanford Avenue from its current terminus at West Marble Street clear to Arrowhead Road in the foreseeable future ... "I am not against the project, just this connection of the new Stanford Street to old Stanford Street at Marble.

North Andover's Great Pond Road to close in October

Eagle-Tribune 17 Sep 2021
“We have a couple of long stretches where the water over time has eroded the banking,” Director of Public Works Jim Stanford said. A start date hasn’t been determined because a contract has yet to be awarded for the project, which will block the road during the day while heavy equipment lowers metal sheeting into position.

AI system identifies buildings damaged by wildfire

Phys Dot Org 16 Sep 2021
Through a system they call DamageMap, a team at Stanford University and the California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) has brought an artificial intelligence approach to building assessment ... Galanis and Rao developed the project during Stanford's 2020 Big Earth Hackathon ... Provided by Stanford University.

Stanford football hopes for a return to normalcy after a challenging year

Stanford Daily 15 Sep 2021
In late November 2020, the Stanford football team faced yet another challenge during a very unusual year. Santa Clara County prohibited contact sports, preventing Stanford from practicing or hosting games on campus ... They were also picked fourth in the preseason Pac-12 media poll and are absent from most bowl projections.

Local events will commemorate Sept. 11's 20th anniversary

Mountain View Voice 09 Sep 2021
Palo Alto and Stanford organizations will remember the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks on Friday and Saturday, hosting events to offer perspective, bring people of different backgrounds together and encourage volunteers to perform service projects in honor of those who died.

DoNotPay’s ‘robot lawyer’ can now help report potholes or fallen trees to the city, file ...

Crunch 09 Sep 2021
Image Credits. DoNotPay ... report the issue or claim compensation ... DoNotPay started out as something of a side project but quickly grew into something more. “When I was studying at Stanford, I got a bunch of parking tickets,” Browder tells me ... All this made me realize that this is bigger than just a side project ... being ripped off ... Image Credits.

Biden's buy American goals conflict with emissions reductions targets

Colorado Politics 08 Sep 2021
solar manufacturers but make imports more expensive for project developers ... Dan Reicher, a senior research scholar at Stanford University who is also a renewable energy project investor, noted the products that go into clean energy projects are increasingly being made in the U.S.

Twitter round-up: Mike Hudema’s tweet on Vietnam’s solar revolution the most popular tweet in August 2021

Power Technology 07 Sep 2021
Jacobson’s tweet on Stanford University’s commitment to sustainability ... The university’s plan to shift towards 100% solar energy is part of the Stanford Energy System Innovations (SESI) project approved in 2011 under its energy and climate plan and was originally scheduled to be achieved by late 2021.

‘We’re trying to start this as a legacy’: DSU students launch fundraiser to build unique ...

St George News 07 Sep 2021
GEORGE — As part of their senior project, four engineering students at Dixie State University are trying to raise money to create a unique off-road vehicle known as a “Baja buggy.” L-R ... To qualify for their degrees, the team needs to complete a project that demonstrates the depth of their engineering expertise.

Smartwatches track our health. Smart toilets aren’t too far behind

Live Mint 06 Sep 2021
The Stanford team has signed an agreement with Izen, a Korean toilet maker, to manufacture the toilet. They hope to have working prototypes that can be used in clinical trials by the end of this year, says Seung-min Park, who leads the project, which was started by Sanjiv Gambhir, the former chair of radiology at Stanford, who died in 2020.

Meet David Sacks, Gavin Newsom’s loudest critic in Silicon Valley

Finger Lakes Times 06 Sep 2021
He got his start in the arena during his school days at Stanford, where Sacks wrote and edited for the Stanford Review, the conservative publication started by friend and mentor Thiel in 1987 ... It’s the Stanford Review,” Chafkin said. “This political project has been integral to the development of the tech industry as it exists today.”.

2 Quarterbacks, 1 Touchdown: Stanford’s offense listless in opening loss to Kansas State

Stanford Daily 05 Sep 2021
Stanford was entering the season without a full time starter at quarterback and had impact players to replace across the roster ... The loss is Stanford’s second consecutive defeat in a season opener and snaps their four-game win streak that ended the 2020 season ... This interception by Stanford was tough 😤.

Your Ultimate Guide to Stanford Football Part 3

Stanford Daily 03 Sep 2021
We’re in the final stretch! Time to assess the Cardinal’s schedule, make some projections and give our final thoughts. Stanford Schedule Breakdown ... This one’s a toss-up but the talent advantage rests with Stanford ... Projected record after five games ... Stanford was picked fourth in the preseason Pac-12 media poll and are absent from many bowl projections.

What to know before Stanford faces Kansas State in season opener

East Bay Times 03 Sep 2021
STANFORD VS ... Stanford 4-2, 4-2 in Pac-12; Kansas State 4-6, 4-5 Big 12 ... Stanford’s starting QB vs ... Three projected starters for Stanford are expected to be out at least until October with undisclosed injuries – top receiver and senior captain Michael Wilson, junior cornerback Salim Turner-Muhammed, and junior safety Jonathan McGill.

2021 Cal football shootaround: How will this season look for the Bears?

The Daily Californian 03 Sep 2021
15 USC, at an improved Stanford that is projected by many experts to finish third in a competitive Pac-12 North and at a Chip Kelly-led UCLA that looked formidable in its blowout win against Hawai’i last week, will all more than likely end up in the loss column.

Most Viewed