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Launched today, the Stanford Cyber Initiative will address, through an interdisciplinary focus, the crucial and complex opportunities and challenges raised by cyber technologies.
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A team led by Stanford electrical engineers has compressed a completely sequenced human genome to just 2.5 megabytes – small enough to attach to an email.
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EE graduate students and Professor Wang collaborate with researchers and MEs to create portable device that can detect hepatitis B infections.

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Jaun Rivas
 

Electrical engineers make the technologies and systems that communicate, store and process information. They harness the fundamental forces of nature to serve everyday needs, whether this involves creating a computer based on carbon nanotubes, implanting sensors deep inside the human body or inventing next generation memory chips. Electrical engineers change the world. Our new curriculum gives Stanford students a strong foundation in mathematics and physics while quickly immersing them in the exciting applications made possible by EE.  

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