Stanford headlines for the week of October 24, 2007

Light flickered within the brains of mice reveals insights into sleep-wake cycle

How to think like a lawyer without changing career paths

Promises of motorcycles, cell phones for suicide bombers

Interdisciplinary event examines ‘Life in Motion’

Memorial service to be held Nov. 6 for Ronald Bracewell

New York firm selected to design campus performing arts center

Honors & Awards

Slave-trade abolition focus of lecture

Leaders launch major wellness campaign

Democratic reform demands parallel social, economic changes in Latin America

Meyer Library to be razed; meeting set for Nov. 28

Alga reveals rich trove of data about common ancestry of plants and animals

Historian’s memoirs of Yugoslavian childhood focus of talk

Acclaimed one-woman play on Rwandan genocide to be performed on campus

Faculty Senate to hear report on intercollegiate athletics

Conference looks at how diversity shaping modern America

FRESH-Thinking project aims to identify fixes for healthcare system

Youth, elder share drive to push research frontiers

Testing the hearts of athletes to protect their lives

People of all ages needed for flu vaccine study

BCATS conference Oct. 27 on biomedical computing

Media monitor

Researchers find disease genes hidden in discarded data

Bert Kopell, former chair and professor emeritus of psychiatry, dies at 76

Medical center people

Ph.D. Orals

Housing

Habermas to give Rorty memorial lecture

Cardinal Chronicle

Open Enrollment for health, life insurance plans begins Friday

Some harassment prevention training sessions remain open