Stanford headlines for the week of February 28, 2007

Enter 'Junior': Stanford team's next-generation robot joins DARPA Challenge

Student-organized conference seeks to air new perspectives on clean energy

Scientists elucidate the origin of the darkest galaxies in the universe

$33 million Lokey donation will help fund stem cell building

Parents visit kids, go back to school over two-day event

Presidential Fund awards $1 million in second round of grants

Philip Zimbardo to deliver final Stanford lecture on March 7

Panel to explore how entrepreneurs can address global issues

Three students, one alumna receive prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarships

Extracurricular writing 'extraordinarily important' to undergraduates, study finds

March 26 deadline for submitting Wallenberg grant proposals

Registration now open for spring Continuing Studies courses

Strong fundraising supports university's ambitious initiatives

Behind the News

Scrutinize retirement funds, senate urges

Behaviorial sciences center hosts talks

Sally Benson named executive director of Global Climate and Energy Project

Anatomy professor Lawrence Mathers dies at 62

Drug improves learning in Down syndrome mice

Abrams honored for work to prevent nuclear war

Students lend hand at Oakland health forum

Study shows garlic fails to lower 'bad' cholesterol levels

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Medical student is the visionary behind a global effort to conquer blindness

Code green: Stanford Medicine probes health effects of environmental crisis

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Faculty Senate minutes - February 22, 2007 meeting

Memorial Resolution: Keith Mann

Ph.D. Orals


New York Times correspondent to speak on Iraq war's 'fronts'

WorkLife Office urges women to make time for talk on Tuesday

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