(October 23, 2009) Stanford University President John L. Hennessy kicks off reunion weekend with a "state of the university" address as he welcomes alumni and guests. Following his remarks, top faculty share insight into life-changing technologies being developed at Stanford. From reducing greenhouse gas emissions to improving the aging process, from designing smarter and safer automobiles to creating enhanced learning environments, Stanford researchers are building technologies that will alter the way we live, work, learn and heal.
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