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New classes allow undergraduates to use EE tools and techniques to make gizmos and systems from day one.

Undergraduate Diniana Piekutowski, EE ’16, came to Stanford with an interest in sustainability that she could have pursued through several different majors.

“I eventually decided on Electrical Engineering because I wanted to learn the essence of energy and electronics,” Piekutowski said. “To me, EE is a harmonic balance of theory and application.”

Such statements are music to

For The Jane restaurant in Antwerp, PSLAB’s bespoke chandelier turns a historic sanctuary into an otherworldly dining experience.

A view of the restaurant’s main dining area with its lighting focal point: a custom chandelier-like installation that fills the center of the space. – Credit: Richard Powers

A few years ago, when Michelin star chefs Sergio Herman and Nick Bril decided to open The Jane restaurant in a 19th century chapel that was once part of a military

The days of simple and purely functional ceiling fans have passed. If you look around you today, upscale establishments such as five star hotels, trendy new restaurants and hip bars and nightclubs are displaying artful and interestingly shaped ceiling fans. Instead of simply a low-energy way to cool a space, these new ceiling fans are often a piece of art all on their own. If you’ve found yourself enviously eyeing these beautiful ceiling fans, then

Recessed lighting is an excellent addition to any home. From a design standpoint you can’t beat its versatility. It can highlight a single piece of art, a specific sitting area, or be installed en masse to generally light up a room. It’s also an energy efficient product since recessed lighting usually runs on a lower voltage than other options and can be purchased with energy efficient housings. Taking all this into consideration, it’s easy to