Stanford headlines for the week of November 28, 2007

Yes, Stanford really had a free lunch

Transatlantic partnership puts British library online, spotlighting rescued books

Study on improving schools released

Women's robotics team from Spelman College in Atlanta puts on a show at Stanford

Alumni, student named Rhodes Scholars

Gene Golub, a founding faculty member of Computer Science Department, dies

Researchers to push frontiers of stem cell studies

5 questions: Reijo Pera on stem cell progress

With growth of blogging on campus, Stanford gets caught up in Web 2.0

Honors & Awards

Memorial planned Monday for Edmund Chang, geologist

Comings and goings

Stanford, Volkswagen team up to create automotive research lab

Cleanup method uses activated carbon to anchor toxins to bottom of the bay

Conference explores nexus of development, global warming, nuclear proliferation

Faculty Senate to meet Thursday

Sign of the times

Pedometers help people count steps to get healthy

Harvard researcher gives annual Dorfman lecture

VA grant strengthens rehabilitation center

On their own now: separated twins are recovering nicely

Rapid response teams save children's lives at Packard Children's Hospital

City council votes to proceed with negotiations on medical center rebuilding

Stem cell transplant can grow new immune system in certain mice

Medical center people

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