Stanford headlines for the week of April 4, 2007

Stanford engineer honored for his pioneering approach to wastewater treatment

Researchers create enzyme that mimic body’s internal engine

Shloss settles with Joyce Estate

Global Climate and Energy Project awards $15 million for research activities

Paul Cohen, winner of world’s top mathematics prize, dies at 72

Eight international Knight fellows announced for 2007-08

Caltech, Stanford, Moore Foundation team up on X-ray 'molecular observatory'

Computer scientist reveals the math and science behind blockbuster movies

Stanford offers admission to 2,465; unprecedented 23,956 applied

Database of copyright renewal records launched

Loury to deliver this year's Tanner lectures beginning today

Palmed off: Stanford adopts three new trees

Tiny tremors from slow quakes may signal mega-shakes, study shows

Shaw to give admission report at Senate meeting

Exhibit sheds light on social issues

Talk by Kennedy to highlight launch of K-12 education initiative

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Tom Ford Fellowships open postgraduate path in philanthropy for three students

Haas Center awards John Gardner Public Service Fellowships to three students

Community Day will offer a big buffet of arts, entertainment and knowledge

Arthur Bienenstock to chair Wallenberg Research Link

Campus hosts summit on race, equality, incarceration

Talk to focus on public health security

Event to be held for administrative staff

Comprehensive website aims to bolster campus efforts against sexual violence

Stanford one of 20 sites to test brain tumor vaccine

New mammogram guidelines for women in 40s

Hospitals, nurses reach tentative labor pact

Film on cultural divide in medicine to air on TV

5 Questions: Shulman on new AIDS drugs that could thwart drug-resistant viruses

One-visit prevention for cervical cancer feasible for developing countries

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Digital imaging program wins award

Quick study: HIV's viral ancestor found in rabbits

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Cub Scout with a mission

Ph.D. Orals

Housing

Cardinal Chronicle

Note to caterpillars dangling under the oaks: Meet the beetles

Two professors honored for volunteer service with Roland Prize