Stanford headlines for the week of October 17, 2007

Stanford researchers made key contributions to Nobel-winning climate panel

Roundtable addresses global security and the challenges of climate change

Zhivago, 50 years after debut in West

William Bonner, professor emeritus of chemistry, dead at 87

Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk to speak

Controversial appointment prompts senate vote to meet with Hoover director

Group to be appointed to explore freshman-class increase

Multidisciplinary team gets $2 million

Trustees John Morgridge, Victoria Sant complete terms

World Wildlife Fund president to lecture on using markets for sustainability, conservation

Peninsula Boys and Girls Clubs to honor several off-campus youth programs

Stanford Challenge passes $3 billion; goal is $4.3 billion

Honors & Awards

By the ‘Numb3rs,’ Keith Devlin aims to make mathematics cool in popular culture

Blood test takes step toward predicting Alzheimer's

If fish suffer insomnia, should they count sheep?

Genome grants given to two Stanford researchers

Bio-X event explores how physics shapes biology

Researchers seek volunteers for malaria vaccine study aiming to stop disease

Packard Children's opens new clinic

Three faculty elected to Institute of Medicine

Faculty Senate to meet

Let's get ready to rumble—Fairchild Auditorium being prepped for demolition

Analysis shows little difference in risk rates for angioplasty, bypass surgery

Report of the President to the Board of Trustees

Faculty Senate minutes - October 11, 2007 meeting


Ph.D. Orals

Outnumbered: Women in math, science uncomfortable in minority, study finds

Film fest roams across globe

Cardinal Chronicle

Group hopes small guide will have big impact on environment

IT Open House set to be held on Halloween at Alumni Center

Staff-recruitment services no longer free