Stanford headlines for the week of April 26, 2006

Singularity summit will explore human and machine 'cognition'

Magnetic nanotechnology holds promise in fighting cancer, advancing computing

Ancient Patagonian rodent DNA provides clues to the evolution of social behavior

New study of cellulose synthesis could fuel biofuel research

Eight scholars elected to academy of arts and sciences

University of Iowa athletic director selected for Stanford job

Arts essential to multidisciplinary research, teaching

Economist Milgrom elected to national science academy

Sampling Stanford

Honors & Awards

Aggressive marketing efforts outlined by dean of admission

Poet Sekou Sundiata brings world premiere to campus

Cisneros to deliver Galarza Lecture

Haas lecture to feature expert on community partnerships

In Print and On the Air

Charlie Rose Show features Stefanick

Can gene therapy treat peripheral arterial disease?

Stem cell ruling opens door to quest to find new cures

Lane Medical Library marks century of scholarship and service

Media monitor

5 questions: Grady on science and the media

Stevenson takes new post of vice dean

Medical center people

Symposium on international health April 29 at Fairchild

Experts to discuss journalistic coverage of the war in Iraq

New NASA data shows that black holes are universe's 'greenest' systems

Presidential protest 101

The Role of Creativity and the Arts in a 21st-Century Education

Faculty Senate minutes - April 20, 2006 meeting

Memorial Resolution: Herbert Solomon


Ph.D. Orals

Men's and women's tennis championships to be played on Farm

Cardinal Chronicle