Stanford headlines for November 2010

Oil: How much is there, how much more will we use and at what price?

Updated information from PG&E regarding gas pipelines at Stanford

Spiegel's road to Stanford Medical School began with a California dream

Harry Elam promises to make arts 'inescapable'

Q&A: Stanford's Gary Segura analyzes midterm election results

Hennessy to present second part of talk on higher education challenges at Thursday's Senate meeting

Composer David Lang returns to Stanford with 'Bang on a Can All-Stars'

Officials warm to Stanford student's plan for their troubled city

Food Summit encourages researchers to collaborate across disciplines

Two staff members to receive Marsh O'Neill Awards for outstanding contributions to Stanford's research mission

Co-chairs of undergraduate education task force share their progress with Faculty Senate

Lori McVay, a 'principal investigator's best friend,' to receive 2010 Marsh O'Neill Award

Kathleen Thompson, an 'essential part of our research machine,' to receive 2010 Marsh O'Neill Award

Stanford scientists see the logic in the illogical behavior of neurons

Tjeerd Hendrik van Andel, Stanford geo-archaeologist and deep-sea explorer, dies at 87

At Stanford, Clooney and Prendergast urge political and social action to prevent more violence in Sudan

Learning to play well in the interdisciplinary sandbox

Construction worker ruptures gas line near Casa Italiana Tuesday

NYC director Joanna Settle comes to Stanford to take on one of Shakespeare's toughest nuts: All's Well That Ends Well

Stanford salutes its veterans with solemn and festive activities

Stem cells to hypersonic vehicles: Four young scientists win presidential award

Scientists identify key protein controlling blood vessel growth into brains of mice

Law School prof to take leadership role at Stanford's Center for International Security and Cooperation

Stanford author recounts how a beleaguered Monterey Bay was brought back to health

Stanford Hospital & Clinics names Amir Dan Rubin president and CEO

Cold warriors keep battling - against nuclear weapons

Step by step: The new Bing Concert Hall

Stanford's acclaimed artist, Nathan Oliveira, dies at 81

It's 'reading season' for Bob Patterson, Stanford's new director of admission

Next-generation power grid research funded by Stanford

John Tinker, Program in Writing and Rhetoric lecturer, dead at 52

It's Big Game Week at Stanford: Go Cardinal!

SIEPR report shows California's local pensions underfunded by $200 billion

Global economic woes make universal access to AIDS drugs unlikely, analysis shows

Stanford students fly in zero gravity to protect satellites from tiny meteoroids

New imaging method developed at Stanford reveals stunning details of brain connections

Andrew Luck leads the Cardinal past Cal in lopsided victory

Rhodes Scholarships go to three with Stanford ties; Stanford grad wins Mitchell Scholarship

Stanford study shows Muslim job discrimination in France

Four Stanford students and two alumni will begin graduate studies this fall as Rhodes, Marshall and Mitchell scholars

Female fish – and humans? – lose interest when their male loses a slugfest, Stanford researchers say

Developing countries often outsource deforestation, study finds

Accreditation team to visit Stanford this week; open forums scheduled Dec. 1

Holiday memo to Stanford self: file last two timecards of 2010, shut down computer, unplug coffeemaker, disconnect copier

The great Gulf oil spill: Stanford experts explain what went wrong

Campus custodial services change tomorrow

Stanford researcher's engineered molecule changes itself to detect and attack diseased cells

Stanford's North Korea team of Siegfried Hecker and John Lewis keeps the world informed of Pyongyang nuclear march

Stanford creates $7 million interdisciplinary Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance