Stanford headlines for the week of October 31, 2007

Five university scholars among fellows newly elected to AAAS

‘Inside Terrorism: The X-ray Project’ shows images of bombers' victims

Arthur Kornberg, Nobel laureate and towering biomedical scientist, dies at 89

Stanford acquires a ‘world-class’ Egyptology library

Arthur Kornberg, biochemist and Nobel laureate, dies at 89

Physicists chase Einstein’s equivalence principle down a hole

John Ford, longtime head of development, to retire in January

Honors & Awards

Hoover Institution names 19 National Fellows for 2007-08

Citizens resist expansion of European Union, support later retirement, poll finds

‘Framing the Future’ of athletics

Vantage Point: Based on personal experience, provost advocates for new wellness initiative

Media X researchers to explore fusion between the virtual and real worlds

Researchers get precise picture of cell target for drugs

Scientists sniff out gene that makes dog fur black

Bipolar patients sought for three drug studies

Funding to boost NCCC, Stanford collaboration

Bone marrow transplant patients have come a long way

Robinson named to Schulman endowed professorship

JoAnne Akalaitis spotlights Euripides’ The Bacchae during campus visit

Teaching matters to Rob Reich, political scientist and philosopher of education

True colors

String theory

Ph.D. Orals

Earthquake shakes campus

Economic policy institute to hold forum on economics of war, peace, security

Continental Airlines CEO Larry Kellner bet business on being on time, and won

Five university scholars elected to AAAS

Faculty Senate minutes - October 25, 2007 meeting

Memorial Resolution: Gavin I. Langmuir


Cardinal Chronicle

New research center focuses on role of philanthropy in society