biotechnology

Everyday Health Sensors: How Accurate are They?

Everyday Health Sensors: How Accurate are They?

If you cracked open a dictionary and looked up the word “couch potato” prior to me coming to Stanford, my name would have been written all over the page. So when I joined Stanford Women in Rugby and realized I could only run .2 seconds until fading from existence, I decided to start running everyday. I own an Apple Watch (thanks Costco sales!) and love tracking how many miles I have run and how many calories I burn from it. But I started to wonder just how much should I believe my watch…

Where Academia Meets Bio-Innovation: An Interview with Professor Youseph Yazdi

Where Academia Meets Bio-Innovation: An Interview with Professor Youseph Yazdi

What do investors look for in medical device start-ups? What value do they provide to entities like CBID, a biodesign research center and provider of a cutting-edge master’s program in biodesign? To gain more insight into where academia meets bio-innovation, I spoke to Professor Yazdi.

CRISPR Technologies at Stanford

CRISPR Technologies at Stanford

Short for “clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats”, CRISPR is a DNA-based system that allows the user to have unparalleled control and precision in genome editing. CRISPR applications are constantly being refined as new research, particularly from Stanford, helps increase our understanding of this system.