Latest Dish

Redwood City

Redwood City Chamber recognizes Stanford’s educational efforts

by on January 26, 2016 4:44 pm
Stanford will be recognized with the Golden Apple Award from the Redwood City Chamber during an awards banquet on Jan. 29. Stanford was nominated for the award by the Redwood City Education Foundation (RCEF) in recognition of contributions that enable the foundation to fund new and innovative educational programs for students enrolled in the Redwood… Read more Redwood City Chamber recognizes Stanford’s educational efforts
The winning team –  Allison Crow  and Claudia Dodge  – with their mentor Chef Junelle Fronda

Stanford students take innovation to the kitchen at 13th annual Cardinal Cook-Off

by on January 25, 2016 9:50 pm
In an Iron Chef-style competition, Stanford students recently took innovation to the kitchen at the 13th annual Cardinal Cook-Off, held in the top floor of the Arrillaga Family Dining Commons on Thursday evening. Three teams of two students practiced and worked with a mentor chef on campus to prepare a signature dish using two featured… Read more Stanford students take innovation to the kitchen at 13th annual Cardinal Cook-Off
Bingham-family-560

Dateline features transplant family at Packard Children's Hospital

by on January 24, 2016 10:17 pm
Recently, Dateline NBC shared a story that seems hard to believe. Stacy and Jason Bingham of Haines, Ore. have five beautiful children — Sierra, Megan, Lindsey, Hunter and Gage. Unfortunately, three of the kids have been hit with cardiomyopathy, a life-threatening disease of the heart muscle that reduces the heart’s ability to pump blood effectively.… Read more Dateline features transplant family at Packard Children's Hospital
dish_bertozzi

Three Stanford professors recognized with top science awards

by on January 21, 2016 6:00 pm
Three Stanford scholars were announced this week as recipients of prestigious National Academy of Sciences awards. One of them is STEPHEN QUAKE, a physicist and mathematician by training. But by dint of research and experience, he is also an engineer, chemist, biologist, geneticist, immunologist and inventor. In short, he is the consummate interdisciplinary scholar and,… Read more Three Stanford professors recognized with top science awards
Chinese typewriter

University Libraries open new Chinese typewriter exhibition

by on January 20, 2016 4:34 pm
Not all typewriters are created equal – especially when languages are not alphabetical. Imagine that. Well, now you can learn about such typewriters firsthand, thanks to the University Libraries. In a new exhibition that opened Wednesday, The Chinese Typewriter: The Design and Science of East Asian Information Technology, the history of modern East Asian information… Read more University Libraries open new Chinese typewriter exhibition
dish_Pomeranchuk_Brodsky

Stanley Brodsky shares Pomeranchuk Prize

by on January 20, 2016 4:00 am
STANLEY BRODSKY, a professor of particle physics and astrophysics at Stanford University and the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, has received the 2015 Pomeranchuk Prize from the Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics (ITEP) in Moscow. He shares the award with Russian physicist VICTOR FADIN. “It is a great honor to be recognized… Read more Stanley Brodsky shares Pomeranchuk Prize
Yakov Eliashberg (Photo credit: Linda A. Cicero

Stanford professors win prestigious Swedish prizes in mathematics, astronomy

by on January 18, 2016 5:00 pm
YAKOV ELIASHBERG, professor of mathematics, and ROGER BLANDFORD, professor of physics, have been awarded the 2016 Crafoord prizes in mathematics and astronomy, respectively, from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Eliashberg has been awarded the 2016 Crafoord Prize in Mathematics for his work in developing symplectic topology, a branch of differential geometry, and for his… Read more Stanford professors win prestigious Swedish prizes in mathematics, astronomy
Tina-and-Aleta-dschool-site-730x443

Stanford students in creativity course help inmates envision life after prison

by on January 15, 2016 4:33 am
How do you unlock latent creativity? Just talk to students at Stanford who have taken the course Management Science and Engineering 177: Creativity Rules. Every class begins with warm-up exercises that can look like a makeshift conga line or disco dance-off. Then, with bodies and minds limbered, students learn creative problem-solving tools for tackling challenges… Read more Stanford students in creativity course help inmates envision life after prison
Jordan Morris

Jordan Morris wins soccer's Hermann Trophy

by on January 13, 2016 1:19 pm
Stanford’s JORDAN MORRIS recently capped his storybook collegiate career when he was named the winner of the 2015 MAC Hermann Trophy, college soccer’s highest honor. The award was decided by a vote of NCAA Division I soccer coaches. “Thank you to everyone who supported me this season – coaches, support staff, parents, siblings, girlfriend and… Read more Jordan Morris wins soccer's Hermann Trophy
Epidermolysis bullosa patient Garrett Spaulding and his Stanford doctors were featured in "The butterfly effect," a story published in the summer 2015 issue of the magazine.
(Photo credit Max Aguilera-Hellweg)

'Stanford Medicine' magazine wins top honors

by on January 12, 2016 4:00 pm
Stanford Medicine and three of the stories published in the magazine in 2015 earned the highest possible awards in the annual competition sponsored by the American Association of Medical Colleges. Stanford Medicine, which is produced by the medical school’s Office of Communication & Public Affairs, received an Award of Excellence in the external-audience periodical category.… Read more 'Stanford Medicine' magazine wins top honors