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Silicon Minds: Earle Jones, An Inventor’s Life

July 30th, 2012 |
Silicon Minds: Earle Jones, An Inventor’s Life

Silicon Minds: After graduating from Georgia Tech in the early 1950s, Earle Jones thought he would merely pursue a graduate degree. “Georgia Tech and Stanford had a close relationship three thousand miles apart,” he recalls. “I wanted to go to ...
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The Climate Challenge and Business Opportunities – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 174

February 22nd, 2012 |
The Climate Challenge and Business Opportunities – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 174

In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Jon Koomey from Stanford discusses his new book Cold Cash, Cool Climate, which covers how to profit from tackling climate change and how industry can drive consumers. For the IT ...
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Stanford University – Office of Technology Licensing (OTL)

November 20th, 2009 |
Stanford University – Office of Technology Licensing (OTL)

Stanford University’s Office of Technology Licensing (OTL) is one of the country’s most active offices in the field of technology transfer from university to industry. Their staff, most of whom are professionals engaged directly in licensing, manages over 2,500 active ...
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Exposing the Links Between America’s Innovation Crisis, Cybersecurity, and National Security (ITSEF III full panel presentation)

Exposing the Links Between America’s Innovation Crisis, Cybersecurity, and National Security (ITSEF III full panel presentation)

This video of the panel discussion on America’s Innovation Crisis is the first public release of live, unedited conference proceedings in the three-year history of the IT Security Entrepreneurs Forum (ITSEF). ITSEF III was held at Stanford University on ...
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Design Discipline and Building a Community: Common Abilities Says HiveLive CEO

October 6th, 2008 |
Design Discipline and Building a Community: Common Abilities Says HiveLive CEO

What does being good at design and being able to build a community have in common? Plenty says CEO of HiveLive, John Kembel. Also a consulting associate professor of the Institute of Design at Stanford, Kembel talks to Marketing Voices ...
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The guy who runs Stanford’s undergraduate computer science department

August 31st, 2007 |
The guy who runs Stanford’s undergraduate computer science department

Mehran Sahami is the associate chairman of undergraduate education. What does that mean? He runs probably the most important computer science undergraduate department in the world. This is the department that gave birth to Google, after all (and a bunch ...
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Building robotic cars at Stanford University

August 30th, 2007 |
Building robotic cars at Stanford University

Mike Montemerlo is the artificial intelligence guy on Stanford University’s DARPA challenge team. Basically, they are building a robotic car that’ll be able to negotiate a course without humans being involved. He also thinks about the act of driving in ...
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Day 11: Roz videoblogging on Pacific’s rough seas

Day 11: Roz videoblogging on Pacific’s rough seas

It’s Day 11, and Roz Savage is dealing with 40 knot Pacific winds on her rowing journey across the Pacific, singing the theme song to Hawaii Five-O. More videos from the Roz Savage Voyage:

– Roz’s launch party

– Naturally Powered by ...
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Nuclear Energy with Prof. Burton Richter, Part V

August 17th, 2007 |
Nuclear Energy with Prof. Burton Richter, Part V

Burton Richter is professor emeritus at Stanford University, a 1976 Nobel Prize winner and an expert on nuclear energy. This is the last in our five-part series with Richter.

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Is the VC Industry in Trouble?

Is the VC Industry in Trouble?

VC are investing more money than ever before. But is it a good time to investment? There is a dearth of good exit strategies. The IPO market is still moribund and there are fewer large companies that are interested in ...
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Nuclear Energy with Prof. Burton Richter: Part IV

August 16th, 2007 |
Nuclear Energy with Prof. Burton Richter: Part IV

Part four of our interview with nuclear energy expert, Stanford University Professor Emeritus and 1976 Nobel Prize Winner Burton Richter.

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Trends in human/computer interaction from Stanford University prof

August 14th, 2007 |
Trends in human/computer interaction from Stanford University prof

Scott Klemmer is an assistant professor in the computer science department at Stanford University. We spend an hour talking about a variety of topics. Modern software development trends that Scott is seeing from companies like Google and Yahoo (both of ...
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A short tour of Stanford’s Computer Science building

August 14th, 2007 |
A short tour of Stanford’s Computer Science building

David Orenstein, Communications and PR Manager, and Ian Hsu, director of Internet Media Outreach at Stanford University, greet me and show me around the “Gates building,” aka the Computer Science building. We were there to interview Scott Klemmer, assistant professor ...
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Focus on Nuclear Energy: Part I

August 13th, 2007 |
Focus on Nuclear Energy: Part I

I know: nuclear energy has long had a bad name in the US. I believe, however, that it is an essential part of our future energy portfolio. Nuclear energy is clean, its generation is efficient, its resources are still abundant. ...
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Tony Perkins – AlwaysOn

Tony Perkins – AlwaysOn

Tony Perkins is the head honcho of AlwaysOn which, among other things, runs an annual conference for high-tech companies, venture capitalists and other tech insiders. Larry Magid caught up with him between sessions as the annual AlwaysOn Stanford Summit ...
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Say Hello to Y2E2

Say Hello to Y2E2

Meet Y2E2, Stanford University‘s new green Environment and Energy building, in the making. In this podcast we interview Jeffrey R Koseff, director of Woods Institute for the Environment. He tells us that Y2E2 aims at using 50 percent less energy ...
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Carbon sequestration: Can we bury just the harmful carbon dioxide?

June 29th, 2007 |
Carbon sequestration: Can we bury just the harmful carbon dioxide?

In this first in a series of discussons on carbon sequestration, we meet Marc Hesse, an aspiring graduate student at Stanford, who studies the physical processes that govern the movement of carbon dioxide once injected into the ground. Will it ...
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Silicon Valley Watcher: Al Saracevic

June 13th, 2007 |
Silicon Valley Watcher: Al Saracevic

Al Saracevic is the deputy business editor at the San Francisco Chronicle. I caught up Mr. Saracevic at a recent conference on innovation journalism at Stanford university. In this segment, he is on a panel and talks about the Silicon ...
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Does corporate backing taint universities’ energy resource studies?

May 18th, 2007 |
Does corporate backing taint universities’ energy resource studies?

Meet Professor Pam Matson, dean of the School of Earth Sciences at Stanford University and renowned scientist. Pam is super-excited about the opportunities that ever-increasing levels of private and industrial funding for energy and environmental research offer. How can universities ...
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Extinguish coal fires and reduce carbon emissions considerably

May 9th, 2007 |
Extinguish coal fires and reduce carbon emissions considerably

You may not be aware that coalfires, both natural and man-made, generate large amounts of carbon dioxide. In China alone, the estimated amount equals that of the U.S. transportation sector! Meet Taku Ide, a PhD student at Stanford University, who ...
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Return Capital on the Capital

December 8th, 2006 |
Return Capital on the Capital

At the inaugural (Charles River Ventures) CRV Entrepreneur Idol, presented at Stanford Graduate School of Business, George Zachary of CRV presents to Stanford MBA students about today’s state of early stage venture capital, the rise of consumer Internet businesses, and ...
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Charles River introduces the first Entrepreneur Idol Contest

December 8th, 2006 |
Charles River introduces the first Entrepreneur Idol Contest

“We want people to understand how we hear things. In these days of media fragmentation, email and voicemail, people mostly pay attention to the first 30 seconds of what they hear.” That’s what George Zachary of CRV says about the ...
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YouTube CEO Hurley Says More Ads Are Coming

YouTube CEO Hurley Says More Ads Are Coming

MENLO PARK, July 26, 2006 (PodTech News) –“It’s going to be advertising,” said YouTube CEO Chad Hurley said, when asked how he was going to make his company profitable, though he stressed any additional ads on YouTube will not disrupt ...
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Sun Microsystems Supports Stanford Center for Ecological Studies

Sun Microsystems Supports Stanford Center for Ecological Studies

PALO ALTO, June 20, 2006 (Podtech News) — Dave Douglas has recently been appointed as the VP of Eco-Responsibility at Sun Microsystems. He says that the educational research in green technologies not only benefits large companies like Sun, but can ...
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Stanford Economist On Google’s China Dilemma

Stanford Economist On Google’s China Dilemma

MENLO PARK, June 10, 2006 (PodTech News) — Google co-founder Sergey Brin told reporters in Washington last week that Google “compromised principles” by complying with Chinese government censorship rules. Brin spoke on the heels of reports by the international media ...
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