This video series explores how the humanities are not fading but evolving. Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are the engine of the future, but the humanities are the oil.
While drone regulations continue to be unclear, the Bay Area is still seeing a growing group of drone hobbyists who spend free time building and flying small, remote-controlled helicopters and airplanes.
At the Stanford School of Medicine’s annual Health Matters conference, Manu Prakash showcased the Foldscope, a microscope that costs less than a dollar and has a resolution of 700 nanometers.
In Silicon Valley — a global hub for technology — many want to move here to fulfill their dreams. However, tightened U.S. regulations are not making it easy to get a visa.
Stanford biologists Craig Heller and Dennis Grahn created the first generation of the cooling glove in 2000, after years of research on thermoregulation. Today, athletes continue to use the technology.
The inaugural Silicon Valley Contemporary and Modern Fine Art Fair showcased the merging of art, science and technology through a focus on video art and digital installations from around the world.
The Mountain View-based site points to expansion into China as a primary growth strategy. But analysts question whether it can succeed in China given different hiring culture, censorship and high regulation.
Telenav recently announced new acquisitions of a company and fresh talent, as well as a partnership with a top global automotive company. In this video, find out what these developments could mean for your stock portfolio.
Companies might soon predict where and when you want to go, activities you want to do and what food you want to eat — an effort by in-car tech providers to make sure drivers get the most out of travel time.