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Study participant typing with brain power

Brain power

In Stanford-led study, participants control onscreen cursor by imagining their own hand movements.

Youngster smoking marijuana

Predicting problems

Brain scans could help doctors anticipate adolescents' problem drug use before it starts.

Toddler in park

Toddler talk

Small children's grammar skills not inherent, but learned, new Stanford research says.

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Stanford swim

A reason to smile

Stanford senior Nicole Stafford finally has gained the upper hand on a rare condition that threatened her swimming career.