Robert Henke, Stanford's 2013 Mohr Visiting Artist, will perform a computer-driven musical performance Thursday and Friday at the Bing Concert Hall Studio. The piece comprises sounds Henke recorded at and around Stanford.
In a process known as crowdsourcing, researchers at Stanford's Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis are incorporating the knowledge and resources of the public into three digital humanities research projects.
Stanford physicists have created a new method of producing coherent matter beams. The new low-power laser system could one day be used in everything from consumer goods to quantum computers.
Stanford celebrates a remarkable collaboration: Vikram Seth's sonnets become sound in Conrad Cummings' opera, which has been called one of the best of the new century. Seth's novel-in-verse was born at Stanford in the 1980s.