Stanford headlines for the week of October 26, 2005

Stanford, Apple team up to offer audio content through iTunes

Police cite cyclists

Selective logging causes widespread destruction, study finds

There's something about sustainable building

Renowned mathematician Hans Samelson dies; memorial service set for Nov. 6

Even low exposure to X-rays, gamma rays increases cancer risk, study finds

Americans must take government back from ideologues, ex-diplomat says

Klystron pioneer and physicist Marvin Chodorow dead at 92

Honors & Awards

Institute to study reasons for voter apathy

Symposium on western water issues to explore legal quandaries

Tsakopoulos family endows professorship

In Print and On the Air

Lani Guinier to address race issues in two campus discussions

Unflappable astronaut shares tales of shuttle’s return to space

Newsstand: Stanford Lawyer

Fundraising jumps more than 15 percent, sets record

Stanford researchers to participate in new Center for Protein Folding Machinery

Zipperstein departs key post in Undergraduate Advising Programs after two years

Q&A: Is campus feeling the squeeze for space?

Dead Man Walking author to discuss to discuss death penalty

Oversized DNA created by team may reveal new insights into genetic mutations

Scientists find new method for creating high-yield single-walled carbon nanotubes

Stanford in Washington, education buildings to be renovated

HighWire releases millionth free article

Integrated systems improve medical care, control costs, according to Enthoven

Professors study how thoughts of death affect consumer behavior

Protein has Jekyll-and-Hyde role in cancer growth

FDA approves brain stem cell transplant trial

Genetic trigger found for some schizophrenia cases

New professor sifts through mountains of data for clues about children’s diseases

Quick study: Molecular mechanism behind neurological destruction

Multimillion-dollar grants awarded for study of microbe’s proteins, genomic database

Outside review under way of university’s safeguards for human research subjects

5 questions: LeBaron on post-hurricane relief

Two from faculty elected to Institute of Medicine

Medical center people

Ph.D. Orals


Blanket approval

Some 'A' permit parking spaces replaced

Campus invited to honor life of Rosa Parks

Cardinal Chronicle

Vaden to offer flu shots for faculty, staff through Dec. 6

Senate to consider degrees for Latin American Studies

University will give $250 bonus to all regular employees