Stanford headlines for the week of January 18, 2006

King Institute ceremony kicks off campus events honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

'Microfluidic' chips may accelerate biomedical research

With $1.1 billion and counting, key capital campaign surpassed goals

Honors & Awards

Symposium recalls anti-apartheid policy

Prominent French women to be subject of Faculty Choice lecture series

Law School moving to quarter system

New searchable map of the university campus to be launched online Jan. 23

Memorial service planned for Nobel laureate Henry Taube

Gov. Bush on education

Study brings new meaning to adage, 'You get what you paid for'

In Print and On the Air

King Institute Award winners honored at inaugural event

Brown's research is among most cited

Faculty meets today with Dean Pizzo

Packard Children's donates to counties

Do obese people fare better after heart attacks?

Laparoscopic procedure can help to treat infertility

5 Questions: Relman on bioterrorism

New senior associate dean for research building bridges from bench to bedside

Packard doctor's data-mining technique strikes genetic gold

Biostatistician appointed as chair of Health Research and Policy Department

Medical Center People

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Housing

Cardinal Chronicle

Stanford Conference Services offers help for program planners