Have you ever wondered if Einstein could work with IoT? Or can you imagine Galileo working for space ships? Or maybe William Higinbotham playing PUBG with you? That would be something out of this world, right? Something really insane. They could have come up with things maybe that we could not. Maybe even today’s technological advancements would get a tough time dealing with such extraordinary minds. Continue reading “Stanford Raced Its Self-Driving Audi TTS Against a Human Driver”
Last Sunday in Australia, the Stanford Solar Car team began the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge. With their solar car Sundae, the students crossed the entire Australian Outback from Darwin, NT, to Adelaide, SA. The 1,885-mile long race ended yesterday. Sierra is proud to announce that the team we sponsored crossed the finish line at the 9th place!
In September, we told you that the Stanford Solar Car team was ready to race in Australia as part of the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge. Well, the engineering students started the 1,885-mile long race on Sunday, in Darwin, NT (Northern coast of Australia).
Sierra Circuits is proud to sponsor the Stanford Solar Car team! Since 1989, students design and build every two years a solar car. The goal is not only to improve environmentally sustainable technology, there is also a big race to win, the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge. In 2015, they finished 6th overall after driving their asymmetrical catamaran aerobody solar car, Arctan, during 5 days in the Australian Outback.
On a sunny Saturday afternoon, Stanford University held its Solar Car Unveil event on its beautiful campus. Continue reading “Stanford Unveils Solar Car, Sundae”
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have created a “lab-on-a-chip” made with an inkjet printer that only costs one cent to make. The chip will be able to diagnose debilitating, widespread diseases and illnesses like HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria. Continue reading “Stanford’s Lab-on-a-Chip Costs 1 Cent”
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