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[17 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Stanford-designed cooling glove is ‘huge part of the recovery puzzle’ for athletes 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.

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[16 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Football more than a game to players who know the damage of concussions What was first thought to be minor headaches has emerged into a serious problem for athletes who play contact sports. Stanford’s Anthony Wilkerson reflects on concussions in football.

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[15 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Art and tech intersect at Silicon Valley Contemporary art fair 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.

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[10 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
SPECIAL REPORT: On Silicon Valley’s coast, cows unite ranchers and open space groups “Cattle Drive”: A multimedia report which explores the ways agriculture and open space groups are working together to keep the farming and ranching industries viable on Silicon Valley’s coast.

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[7 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Posting, spraying and praying in Silicon Valley’s talent wars As recruiters vie for top talent, they are engaged in trench warfare to find the “best fit.” It demands a new generation of recruiters who focus on and excel at speed, relationship building and even artistry.

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[4 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Your car might know you better than you do 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.

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[3 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Sacred and scarce: An exploration of the Bay Area’s tap water Off Interstate 280, the Pulgas Water Temple serves as a reminder of the Herculean scale of the Hetch Hetchy System that started bringing a reliable water supply to the Bay Area more than 80 years ago.