Stanford headlines for the week of May 13, 2009

$20 million grant helps engineers find energy down at the nanoscale

High-pressure compound could be key to hydrogen-powered vehicles

Microsoft chief says entrepreneurship is alive and well, recession or not

George Shultz reflects on a meaningful life, whether he wants to or not

Universities collaborate on map showing the effect of H1N1 flu on campus life

Critic and author Adam Gopnik to speak at Stanford

Database detailing thousands of Martin Luther King Jr. documents goes online

Senate to meet on Thursday

Bianxiao Cui, assistant professor of chemistry, selected as a Searle Scholar

Haiyan Lee, an assistant professor of Chinese literature, wins the Joseph Levenson Prize

Continuing Studies summer registration begins May 18

Law School graduating class urged to stand up for what's right

Federal judge leaves bench for post at Stanford Law School

French professor, author and world soccer expert dies at 87

Eight undergraduates chosen to receive 2009 Deans' Awards

Thinking Twice: Human Rights

Bioelectricity promises more 'miles per acre' than ethanol

Current MFA exhibition is collaborative, inflatable

The annual Stanford Powwow brings together dancers from throughout North America

Stroke center enacts regional rapid-transfer system

Participants needed for two studies of anorexia treatments

Memorial service for Keith Smith on May 16

CARE leader to speak at June 13 commencement

Med student presentations range from lab experiments to research overseas

Tobias Meyer, Ronald Pearl and Robert Robbins appointed to endowed chairs

George Gulevich, emeritus psychiatry professor, dies at 76

Study of allergy therapy needs hayfever, dust-mite sufferers

Brain diseases shown to target neural networks

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Study recruits participants with both depression, insomnia

Free skin cancer screening May 16 at outpatient center

New fellowship boosts neurosciences program

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Stanford Classics in Theater debuts with Aristophanes' anti-war comedy