Stanford headlines for the week of February 20, 2008

Message regarding recent tragedies at Northern Illinois University and Louisiana Technical College

Nanotube wires shown to operate at speed of commercial chips

National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley discusses global nuclear security

Stanford, Palo Alto wowed by big time cycling

Stanford enhances undergraduate financial aid program

Martin Luther King, Harriet Tubman and Rosa Parks top list of heroes

Exhibit at Hoover contrasts official, nonofficial views of World War I in England

Comings & Goings

Human culture is subject to natural selection, researchers at Stanford find

Map is first to track global human influences on ocean ecosystems

Board of Trustees announces tuition rates for 2008-09

Pledge of $1.5 million will endow chair honoring alumnus Warren Christopher

Spring Migration concert spotlights cutting-edge choreographers

In Hawaii, living corals thousands of years old give clues to past climate change

Dazzling dissection images from famed Bassett collection now online

Neural stem cells helped repair stroke damage in rats' brains

Study yields 'gold mine' of potential drug targets for treating multiple sclerosis

Worried about donating bone marrow? Leith will gladly soothe your fears

Media monitor

Medical center people

Faculty Senate meeting to be held tomorrow

Housing

Ph.D. Orals

Week devoted to innovation, can-do attitude returns to campus

A new Stanford homepage coming June 2008

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