Stanford headlines for the week of March 5, 2008

Sustainable Stanford

How Stanford's sustainability czar will mobilize the campus

New building to be hub for multidisciplinary studies

How Y2E2 slashes energy and water consumption

Two buildings paved way for Y2E2

Alumni couple Yang and Yamazaki promote sustainability at Stanford

Y2E2: New building sets sustainability standards for Stanford

Stanford to help new Saudi university in applied math, computer science

Yang, Yamazaki join president for dedication of 'green' building

Electronic tracking system allows scientists to tail white sharks more effectively

George Fredrickson, influential voice on race, racism, dies at 73

Conference to honor historian David Kennedy

Synthetic peptoids hold forth promise for new antibiotics

Stanford biologist Gretchen Daily awarded Sophie Prize

Honors & Awards

Igor Stravinksy’s 125th birthday to be celebrated on campus

Two-day conference to examine impact of female influx in science, engineering

Team of scientists go deep, armed with world’s best detectors of dark matter

Iran’s leading poet receives new Stanford literature prize

Faculty Senate to hear report on NCAA athletic certification process

Stanford Continuing Studies offers more than 100 spring courses, public events

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Breast cancer risk lingered after hormone therapy ended

Getting in the game pares weight gain in children

You're invited to Stanford-Menlo Park's open house

Summer intern program seeks labs to host teens

Mice with gene deletion provide clues to Prader-Willi, uncontrollable eating

5 Questions: Physicist wants dialog with religion

These surgeons don't have to worry about lawsuits if they make mistakes

More parking alternatives designated during construction

Changes made to prevent more e-mail accounts from becoming spam engines

Ph.D. Orals


Cardinal Chronicle

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Author: Time is ripe for Stanford Dining’s sustainability efforts