Stanford headlines for November 2012

Stanford students in D.C. get opportunity for hands-on democracy
Millionaire migration a myth, say researchers at Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality
Australian university joins Stanford's open-source online platform
Stanford University Libraries acquires large Bahá'í collection
The unspoken problem of the unmanned drone, from a Stanford humanities perspective
Stanford student journalists cover election from political command center
Faculty Senate to hear progress report on new undergraduate requirements
PG&E gas safety project update
Stanford campus to honor its past and present veterans
Stanford's Global Climate and Energy Project turns 10
Three words sum up the Stanford journey: Integrate, innovate and inspire, Elam tells Faculty Senate
Ann F. Marshall, 'a world-class electron microscopist,' to receive the 2012 Marsh O'Neill Award
Stanford study: Climate change threatens freshwater source for billions
Stanford's touch-sensitive plastic skin heals itself
Stanford expert: Energy efficiency wins big in California election, but debate looms over dividing $2.5 billion
Superstorm Sandy shows climate change isn't science fiction, top U.N. official tells Stanford audience
Stanford scholar, bestselling author Adam Johnson shares secrets of his writing process
Glycine plays key link in a deadly staph bacteria, Stanford researchers discover
Stanford School of Education course tackles challenges of digital learning
Stanford physicists and engineers take first step toward quantum cryptography
Stanford Libraries acquire the archives of leading environmentalist William McDonough
Stanford expert: 'Black swans' and 'perfect storms' become lame excuses for bad risk management
Stanford scholars discuss Asia-Pacific policy during Obama's second term
Stanford researchers advance the performance of thought-controlled computer cursors
Two Stanford students named 2013 Rhodes Scholars
Stanford professor correctly called 332 electoral votes for Obama
At Stanford, 'The Science of MythBusters' teaches the scientific method
Stanford's newly minted Rhodes Scholars shaped by their own personal narratives
Santa Clara County awards $10 million to Stanford and Palo Alto for new trails
American West's changing climate spells economic changes, too, according to Stanford symposium
Encouraging bike helmet use with discounts, safety talks and a dorm challenge
Underwater robots from Stanford smart enough to explore treacherous deep-ocean terrain
Lots of Cardinal football fans expected on Friday, Nov. 30
Podcast of Stanford course offers religious perspectives on war and peace
Stanford researchers show a better way to curb TB in prisons
Chinese typewriter anticipated predictive text, finds Stanford historian
International mural artist creates a space for Stanford students to celebrate their Latin American identities
Stanford's Bill Lane Center for the American West moves into news
University develops new program for food trucks on campus
Stanford scientists develop new technique for visualizing blood flow
Six Stanford scholars named to American Association for the Advancement of Science
Resources available for those in crisis
Stanford geoscientist cites critical need for basic research to unleash promising energy sources