Stanford headlines for the week of July 12, 2006

Construction worker dies after falling

Ancient raindrops provide evidence of Sierra origins

‘Silent earthquakes’ may foreshadow more destructive temblors, study finds

Restoration-era wit gets a contemporary reading in theater festival

Martu art exhibit reveals relationship with ancestral lands

Professor Emeritus Raymond Giraud, an outspoken activist, dies

Writer, alumnus Po Bronson to discuss book on family challenges

National Academies Committee to explore impacts of security considerations on research

New campus child-care center planned

Six print, broadcast journalists chosen as Lane Center fellows

Ann Arvin to succeed Arthur Bienenstock as vice provost and dean of research

In Print and On the Air

Illes helps launch neuroethics society

Scientific American features Clarke

Gene linked to mental retardation in Down syndrome

Forget the latest toys — All kids really need is love

Down syndrome clinic opens at Packard Hospital

Construction affects sidewalk area near Packard Hospital

Stanford hosts international conference for Protégé users

First stem cell trainees announced

Media monitor

Cloudy forecast for stem cell bills

Lights, camera, bleed

Quick study: Hot flashes linked to insomnia

Random pauses not quite so random in gene transcription, RNA study finds

Report of the President to the Board of Trustees

Memorial Resolution: Norman E. Shumway, M.D., PhD.

Faculty Senate minutes - June 15, 2006 meeting

Memorial Resolution: William Edward Spicer

Ph.D. Orals


Free financial education workshops aiming for bigger turnout

Change considered for health benefits

Buckminster Fuller is subject of first digital multimedia collection at library

Cardinal Chronicle

University's health and safety committee to update public, hear questions and comments