Stanford headlines for the week of July 11, 2007

$7.5 million for energy-market research

College Horizons workshop comes to Stanford campus June 23-27

'Junior' competes for spot in Urban Challenge

Foothills fire snuffed; Sierra Camp appears secure from Tahoe blaze

Philosopher spotlighted in Peterson Gallery exhibit of prints and photographs

Dish recreation area to remain closed

Satellite images reveal link between urban growth, changing rainfall patterns

Dish trail remains closed following Thursday's fire

Registration begins Monday for first-ever summer intramural sports

SLAC names new director, deputy director of particle and particle astrophysics

Tips for guarding home against fire

Scientists use satellite data to monitor a changing Earth

'Work Anywhere' task force looks to modernize work spaces, practices

Scientists endeavor to make humanoid robots more graceful

Fires burn nearly 200 acres in Stanford foothills

William Rambo, a pioneer in radar jamming, is dead at 90

Oluwaferanmi Oyedeji Okanlami is recipient of Sterling Award

Stanford Jazz Festival continues through Aug. 4, features more than 100 artists

Photography exhibit spotlights humankind's troubled relationship with animals

Umran Inan awarded 2007 Cox Medal

Preterm labor drug has more side effects than alternative

Researchers find brain pathway of depression in rats

Public invited to free Bipolar Education Day

Free clinic students start hepatitis B campaign

Baby poop gives Stanford researchers inside scoop on growth of gut microbes

Estrogen use cut one risk for heart disease in some women, researcher says

RNA, no mere messenger, calls some shots in gene activity, researchers find

HHMI funds youth science programs

Medical center people

Stanford hosts national conference to update people on Marfan syndrome

Faculty Senate minutes - June 14, 2007 meeting

Report of the President to the Board of Trustees

Memorial Resolution: John J. Johnson

Forum on new media and political campaigns

Housing

Ph.D. Orals

Cardinal Chronicle

Task force chairs answer questions about 'Work Anywhere'