Stanford headlines for April 2012

Where the wild winds blow: Stanford engineers use weather models to site offshore wind farms

Stanford study to try cold cash and social game to relieve rush hour traffic

Straintronics: Stanford engineers create piezoelectric graphene

Stanford grad student sees firsthand illegal gold mines in Peru and their threat to the rain forest

Stanford author Adam Johnson on truth and totalitarianism in North Korea

Innovation: Stanford student's robotic invention moves toward a business

At your service: Stanford's entrepreneurship concierge

Renowned Stegner Fellowship program announces 2012-2014 fellows

Tickets go on sale April 9 for 'TEDxStanford: Illumination'

At Stanford, Bill Gates says foreign aid is threatened, but big ideas can turn the tide

D.C. Boot Camp: Stanford grad students do basic training in the nation's capital

Stanford undergraduate Cady Hine dies at 24

Stanford arts looking ahead to 2016

Physicist Geoffrey West will deliver Stanford's annual Hofstadter Lectures

Researchers call for policy, aid and innovation to help world’s poorest

Alan Harvey to direct Stanford University Press

Stanford musicologist Stephen Hinton gets inside the music of Kurt Weill

Thomas Cover, acclaimed information theorist and electrical engineer, dies at 73

Stanford professor asks, how does God become real to people?

Stanford summit draws Arab Spring activists, youth leaders from the Middle East and US

Tool offers scientists closer look at merging galaxies

Robots dazzle spectators at annual Stanford block party, job fair

Stanford's Community Partnership Awards recognize work of DreamCatchers, Canopy, InnVision and Stanford Project on Hunger

Stanford's Özgen Felek investigates the power of dreams in Sufism

Online education panel to address Faculty Senate on Thursday

Sarod maestro Amjad Ali Khan brings his teaching philosophy to Stanford

American Academy of Arts and Sciences elects nine Stanford professors to 2012 class of members

Free online Stanford courses: 'Everything that we're doing is experimental'

Ramon Saldivar to become director of Bing Overseas Studies

Climate change may create price volatility in the corn market, say researchers from Stanford and Purdue

Stanford Medical School professor to receive 2012 Roland Volunteer Service Prize

Stanford's Frost Amphitheater roars back with Modest Mouse on May 19

Trustees approve $4.2 million contemplative center for Windhover paintings

Mantis, published by Stanford students, translates a world of poetry

Stanford researchers work with Hawaii's largest landholder to plan an ecological future

Stanford's distinguished outdoor art collection is on view 365 days a year

Stanford hosts election-year debate pitting Rove and Gibbs

Stanford Hospital and Blue Shield in contract discussions

Affirmative action is needed to get the best candidates, Stanford psychologist says

Stanford Hospital, Blue Shield reach three-year agreement

Helmut Krawinkler, expert on structural design and earthquake engineering, dies at 72

Stanford vascular surgeon Weesam Alkhatib dies at 34

A Stanford event: How the arts contribute to the Occupy movement

A sense of the place: Prospective freshmen sample Stanford's delights

Where does that creative spark come from? Stanford's Tina Seelig has some ideas

Bejeweled: Stanford nanotech gets boost from nanowire decorations