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WATCH IN HD! Campus tour of Stanford University located in Palo Alto, California. Absolutely gorgeous campus that is well maintained and manicured. One of the most prestigious universities in the world and being next to Silicon Valley it is a science, engineering, tech powerhouse. Inspiring atmosphere and culture. Love the building architecture (Mission Revival) and how all the buildings match, similar to CU-Boulder. It would be amazing to be a student here. This campus is so ginormous and dense it was difficult to explore all the areas given my limited amount of time. Please like and subscribe :) Music Info: "Before I sleep" by "Muciojad" is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence. http://bit.ly/MuciojadBeforeIsleep https://youtu.be/AX_EIddyj0c
Preview the online course: Building Business Models (XINE249) More info: http://create.stanford.edu/courses/building-business-models.php An innovative product may be a feat of engineering, but that does not automatically turn it into a commercial success. What makes the difference between success in the lab and success in the marketplace is the business model. How will you create and deliver value for your customers? How will you extract some of that value for your organization? The business model encompasses your product or service, your customers, and the economic engine that will enable you to meet your profitability and growth objectives. Business model analysis is important for startups, new and established businesses which need to discover, defend or evolve their business models. Th...
Help us caption and translate this video on Amara.org: http://www.amara.org/en/v/9g4/ Jennifer Raymond (Stanford University) is building a "wiring diagram" for the brain. By bridging the gap between individual synapses and whole-brain learning & memory, Raymond's research offers new insights and strategies for medical rehabilitation and K-12 education. Prof. Jennifer Raymond's website: http://raymondlab.stanford.edu/ Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford
In this video, we review the Perspective Approach, a framework and 4-step approach to help students find and write about their passions. Visit www.synocate.com for more free resources on the college admissions process. We offer each step of the approach and examples to help students formulate their own stories, whether that is for college, jobs, or reflection. This is a video series on college admissions by Synocate, a college admissions company run by Stanford and Berkeley graduates. We do 1-on-1 college admissions counseling for students online across the world.
In ME 202, Stanford engineering students learn how to turn open-source smartphone operating systems into powerful control of mechatronic devices.
Twenty-five years after the Loma Prieta earthquake, a Stanford team develops inexpensive design modifications that could be incorporated into new homes. By outfitting their boxy, two-story house on sliding isolators so it skated along the trembling ground and including extra-strength walls, they created a home that could replace the need for residential earthquake insurance.
The Stanford women's basketball team is gearing up for its 2014 season, but the team chemistry was created long before.
Best finals project ever? Stanford students in the 'Introduction to Mechatronics' course build robots to do battle, sumo wrestler-style, to display their mastery of combining mechanical, electrical and computer engineering skills. This year's competition, dubbed the 'Fiscal Cliff Face-Off', in which student-built robots, each representing a different political party, squared off on a picnic-table size platform and tried to push each other over the edge, otherwise known as the Fiscal Cliff, drew a large and enthusiastic crowd.
After weeks of lectures, students in ME 210: Introduction to Mechatronics face a final project like none other: Build a robot from scratch and put it to battle. This year's challenge, dubbed the "Botcoin Bonanza" and held in front of hundreds of cheering fans, required 'bots to quickly collect and distribute coins to display students' mastery of several engineering disciplines.
Twenty five years after the Loma Prieta Earthquake, a Stanford engineering team develops inexpensive design modifications that could be incorporated into new homes. The team used seismic isolators to move the house during an earthquake.
Cruising comfortably at 50 mph, a solar-powered car built by a team of Stanford engineering students is facing off against cars built by engineers from around the world in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in Australia.
The Start.Home's design makes it passively energy friendly. An open floor plan and clerestory windows keep it naturally cool on hot days, and eco-responsible materials lower the home's embodied energy. An enterprising team of Stanford students has designed a low-cost, solar-powered home that could lead the home-building industry to a more sustainable future and guide homeowners toward greener behavior. For more information: http://news.stanford.edu/features/2014/starthome/
Presented at Stanford Drupal Camp on April 6, 2013 by Megan Miller. Are you building your site using Open Framework, Stanford Framework, or any of Stanford's other Drupal 7 themes (or a subtheme of them)? Wondering if there are any super awesome, simple tricks to get you going at full steam ahead? Well, you're right! There are! And we'll show you them in this session. In this presentation, we cover: * Introduction to blocks, regions, context, and planning responsive layouts using Open Framework/Stanford Framework * All the CSS styles and classes that you can use in your site, and different ways to implement them * And all the goodness that comes with Twitter Bootstrap We use the Open Framework theme during this demo, but we will touch on Stanford Framework and subthemes as well. Downloa...