Stanford headlines for the week of May 25, 2005

Placed under X-ray gaze, Archimedes manuscript yields secrets lost to time

Multicultural Springfest 2005 will showcase Pacific Rim theme

New global wind map may lead to cheaper power supply

Power restored at SLAC after outage

Software engineer K.J. Cho brings precision and practicality to nanotechnology

Librarian, marine biologist finds niche at Hopkins

All together now

Honors & Awards

Brauman tapped as associate dean for independent programs

George B. Dantzig, operations research professor, dies at 90

Center for Health Policy receives grant to study ways to save Medicare program

Professor calls for more performance space on campus

Campus community Dalai Lama tickets on sale May 31

Higher incarceration rates harm social stability, scholars claim

Global Climate and Energy Project to hold first energy research symposium in June

Reward candor, top performers in the workplace, Welch says

In Print and On the Air

Young physicists featured in NOVA documentary on Einstein's famous equation

FBI investigating computer system security breach

Faculty Senate to hear report on university's budget from provost, preview of new environmental inititiative

Stanford Faculty Salary Information 2004-2005

Cartoonist, professor produce fun supplement to chemistry textbooks

Ballmer foresees considerable growth in software industry over next five years

Top stem cell researchers moving west to Stanford

Ethicists call for new safeguards for stem cell donors

Can acupuncture improve IVF?

Informatics training for South Africans

'Thinspiration' Web sites encourage eating disorders

A life in science: Eric Shooter

Immelt speaks at radiology event

Former pharmaceutical CEO questions industry practices

Medical center people

Health-care system needs overhaul, says HHS secretary Michael Leavitt

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Ph.D. Orals


'We should welcome a redistribution of GNP,' HSBC Group chairman says

Cardinal Chronicle

New way to sign up for training courses