Stanford headlines for the week of October 5, 2005

Three new Pioneers: Scientists receive top NIH award

University buys Redwood City buildings

Ted Leland to resign post as athletics director after successful 14 years

Nobel physics winner has strong connection to university

Report on workplace policies released

Campus comes through

Alan Manne, professor emeritus of operations research, dies

Honors & Awards

100 years after America’s deadliest quake, evidence gone and questions remain

Disruptions in foreign oil likely over 10 years, study finds

Renovated lab in Geballe to be a collaborative hub for nanotechnology research

Progress report on implementation of workplace-policy recommendations

Grant helps search for cancer vaccine

Biomed computation event on Oct. 15

New blood transplant method stops fatal side effect

NIH awards grant to launch major new biomedical computation center

From examining rooms to car assembly lines, Protégé code makes computer systems smarter

Hopkins president: No conflict, no interest

Flu vaccine studies need volunteers

Media monitor

Medical center people

5 Questions: Alan Garber on Medicare


Ph.D. Orals

9/11, Daniel Pearl observance events to be held Thursday

Early-bird discounts available for TechPort training courses

Renovated Red Barn ready for the public

Group tennis lessons offered beginning today, Saturday

Class to explore issues raised by Katrina

Cardinal Chronicle