Stanford headlines for the week of October 11, 2006

Roger Kornberg wins the 2006 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Alumnus Jay Precourt commits $30 million to fund energy efficiency institute

Bings give $50 million to build new concert hall on campus

President announces Stanford Challenge

One week, two Nobels: Roger Kornberg wins in chemistry

Hoover National Security Affairs Fellows named for 2006-07

Experts to discuss problems, promise of financing California’s public schools

Detainee treatment topic of conference

Interdisciplinary working groups to help shape direction of International Initiative

Volunteer leadership played an essential role in campaign's committees

Improving face-lifts: Beauty more than skin deep

Oct. 18 talk to discuss poverty, cancer, injustice

NIH leader to lecture on diversity in biomedicine

New research reveals unreported hospital errors

It’s the pits: New approach is turning surgery inside out

Gadgets, gizmology and gumption

Quick study: A glowing reception

Nobel 2006: Not just Nobels, but a spate of awards highlights years of excellence in research at the School of Medicine

Nobel 2006: Kornberg relied on SLAC expertise and technology

Nobel 2006: A primer on Kornberg’s work, or RNA 101

Nobel 2006: Dot-med column gives numbers for the medical school’s Web site

Ph.D. Orals


2007 Open Enrollment meeting calendar

Board of Trustees elects Isaac Stein for five-year term

American visual artists are focus of Leo Holub photo exhibition

Cardinal Chronicle

Students to present research, creative and public-service work