Stanford headlines for December 2010

Non-consumptive research? Text mining? Welcome to the hotspot of humanities research at Stanford
Senate to discuss proposal allowing physician-scientists-in-training to serve as principal investigators on research grants during four-year trial
The WikiLeaks documents could cause Iranian factions to create a united front, says Stanford's Abbas Milani
Strange discovery at SLAC: Bacteria built with arsenic
Stanford students create 'do not track' software
New 'Well Time' offers another BeWell participation incentive
Senate approves trial plan that would allow MD postdoctoral fellows to serve as principal investigators on federal grants
Lit classes under attack? Stanford's Joshua Landy to the rescue
Isabella Abbott, world-renowned Stanford algae expert, dies at 91
Suvan Gerlach, longtime Engineering School employee, dies at 56
Hoover exhibit revisits mass murder of Polish soldiers in 1940
Student-designed game teaches physics concepts through hands-on play
Winona Simms is returning to her Oklahoma roots
It's extreme: Cantor's contemporary art gallery gets new look
Stanford admits 754 early applicants
Satellite data provide a new way to monitor groundwater aquifers in agricultural regions
Stanford research follows spread of flu in high school
Earthshaking possibilities may limit underground storage of carbon dioxide, says Stanford geophysicist
Wealth, health, what's new: SR's most popular stories of the year
Tiny 3-D images from Stanford and SLAC shed light on origin of Earth's core
Report of the President: Academic Council professoriate appointments
Social media for social change: Stanford professor uses Facebook, Twitter and personal stories to promote bone marrow donations
Recreation center proposal wins nod of approval from trustees
2010: A year in the news at Stanford
Raindrops reveal how a wave of mountains moved south across the country
Stanford research shows sharing in sorrow might make us a bit happier
A new research center at Stanford will address mobility disorders with powerful 3-D simulations of a patient's movements