Stanford headlines for the week of February 7, 2007

Composer Brian Ferneyhough wins 2007 Siemens Music Prize

Roland Prize nominations due Feb. 23

Talk touts benefits of interdisciplinary approach, as well as some of its pitfalls

Cleanup of SLAC cooling tower leak complete; workers investigating cause

Police academy lets public peek behind the badge

New study yields instructive results on how mindset affects learning

Picasso at the Cantor Arts Center

Andor Toth, founder of Stanford String Quartet, is dead at 81

Cosovich, Hoover Institution adviser, dies

More grad student programs offered

Hecker joins Sagan at helm of CISAC

Ethics Panel to give a report at Thursday senate meeting

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Managed competition in health care finds base in Netherlands

Pixar president: Hire good people, take good care of them

Vaden Health Center is awarded maximum term of accreditation from agency

Closing in on genes linked to severe depression

Scientists + experiments = Big fun for museum visitors

Cancer center seeking seed grant applications

Experts will discuss women's heart issues

Prober, Curet, Pringle take on new posts in education

Media monitor

Stanford hires director of embryonic stem cell research

Hey doc, got a light? Library exhibit features cigarette ads

Housing

Ph.D. Orals

Cardinal Chronicle

Valentine’s Day session to focus on getting real about romance

Reminder to explain drug-benefit change

Monet in pastel