Stanford headlines for October 2012

More than 200 pianos make music accessible and nearly inescapable at Stanford

In a series of gatherings, Stanford discusses the ethics of wealth

First weekend in October at Stanford: A reunion, a roundtable, a forum and the Founders' Celebration

Stanford Roundtable discusses your brain, your life and brain science in the 21st century

Getting to know you: Stanford scholar examines domestic surveillance in the USSR

Campus celebrates the life of former President Richard Lyman

Q&A: Stanford scholar on challenges to clean and fair elections

Stanford artist Terry Berlier makes art from trash, and from a twisted home

Tanner Lectures at Stanford: Is technology the answer for 'cost disease' in higher education?

Stanford's 2012 safety report offers valuable tips on emergency preparation, as well as crime stats

Stanford's Roundtable panelists discuss healthy brains and the exciting frontiers of neuroscience

Stanford honors the enduring memory of its founders with music, dancing and displays of Stanford family artifacts

Stanford researchers show oil palm plantations are clearing carbon-rich tropical forests in Borneo

Grammar and syntax make their MOOC debut in course taught by Stanford scientist

Scratching the surface: Stanford engineers examine UV effects on skin mechanics

Stanford scholar studies a time when books reigned

University to test AlertSU system on Friday

Stanford's first-of-its kind energy facility will help it cut carbon emissions in half

Fact sheet on work by Nobel laureate in chemistry Brian Kobilka

Brain scans can predict children's reading ability, Stanford researchers say

Energy facility dirt removal adds to campus traffic challenges

Stanford scientist Brian Kobilka wins Nobel Prize for Chemistry

Nobel laureate Brian Kobilka possesses passion for science, shuns limelight and loves cinnamon toast

A busy morning for Stanford Nobel laureate Brian Kobilka

Nobel Prize work on G-protein-coupled receptors paves way for drug discoveries

Press Conference: Brian K. Kobilka, 2012 Nobel Prize Recipient in Chemistry

Slide show: Stanford Professor Brian Kobilka wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Panel to discuss units in majors at today's Faculty Senate meeting

Ceremonial turning of the soil delights the Anderson family and guests

Stanford studies up for Nov. 6 election

Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality unveils new 'Recession Trends' website

Senate discusses student workload and Stanford's computing infrastructure, and applauds Bass University Fellows

Universities suffering from near-fatal 'cost disease'

Stanford's 'Another Look' to discuss the best books you've never read

Report of the president: Academic Council Professoriate appointments

Stanford visiting Professor Alvin Roth wins Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics

Legal brief from Stanford, other universities to be considered in affirmative action case

At Stanford, scholars debate the promises, pitfalls of online learning

Economist Alvin Roth talks about his research, winning the Nobel Memorial Prize

Press Conference: Economist Alvin Roth on winning the Nobel Memorial Prize

Stanford trustees plan for the future, bid farewell to one of their own

James and Anna Marie Spilker pledge $28 million to Stanford

Stanford releases fiscal year fundraising results

Stanford researchers use solar power to study wild elephants in Africa

Stanford biologists watch RNA fold in real time

MediaX grants support Stanford researchers as they study how content is created, consumed and curated

Stanford experts pose five foreign policy questions to candidates

Open Enrollment begins Friday: Materials now available to make health care plan decisions

New Stanford analysis provides fuller picture of human expansion from Africa

Faculty Senate will devote Thursday's meeting to online education

Chi-Chang Kao named SLAC director

Stanford researchers measure impact of football concussions

Study shows Stanford alumni create nearly $3 trillion in economic impact each year

What does Obamacare actually do, you ask? You're not alone, says Stanford pollster.

Candidates may be better off buying web ads than investing too heavily in TV, Stanford researcher says

Faculty Senate grapples with the possibilities and challenges of online learning

Is the Latino vote up for grabs? Stanford pollster says no

Video tells students with disabilities that Stanford is ready to help them navigate the Farm

The end of cheap oil calls for a balanced approach to energy production, Stanford scientists say

Michael Ignatieff, former leader of the Canadian Liberal Party, urges a return to civility and compromise in politics

Stanford study helps Costa Rica decide on building airport in ecotourism area

The presidential candidates on education: Stanford experts analyze the details

From the Bible to the lab: Stanford scholar decodes the near-death experience

Stanford monitoring concerns about East Coast hurricane

Stanford Election Atlas maps votes, polling place by polling place

Disaster relief helps the incumbent in presidential campaigns, Stanford study finds

Stanford scientists build the first all-carbon solar cell

Disaster relief helps the incumbent, Stanford research shows

Taming mavericks: Stanford researchers use synthetic magnetism to control light