Stanford headlines for April 2011

Faculty hear more details about new Peking University Center

Blogging and drilling, Stanford researcher shares the joys of seagoing earthquake research

How the U.S. saved a starving Soviet Russia: PBS film highlights Stanford scholar's research on the 1921-23 famine

Lecture to focus on agricultural economics in Africa

Stanford boasts largest number of Truman Scholars for 2011

Tara VanDerveer elected to Basketball Hall of Fame

Precourt Energy Efficiency Center makes new research awards at Stanford

Stanford begins comprehensive study of Searsville Dam

Do snails need their slime trails to move ahead? It's a sticky question, Stanford researchers say

Report of the president: Academic Council Professoriate appointments

Nanopillars yield more precise molecular photography

Recent biology grad named Soros Fellow

Tuberculosis strain spread by the fur trade reveals stealthy approach of epidemics, say Stanford researchers

For coastal fish farm waste, dilution is not an automatic solution, Stanford researchers say

New virtual reality research – and a new lab – at Stanford

Trustees discuss land use, interdisciplinary centers and New York invitation

Trimpin: Making music at Stanford from flames, water, tree bark and dark memories of World War II

Stanford police update information about sexual assault at Escondido Village on Saturday

Robot Block Party at Stanford; public invited

Stanford-Berkeley group gets $25 million for advanced solar research

Spring blossoms at Stanford

Community Partnership Awards recognize three local organizations

Campus update about PG&E discussions

Original opera has Stanford students singing for their sins

Theater legend Grotowski's legacy lives on at Stanford

Stanford research casts sober light on Russia's mortality crisis

President John Hennessy will discuss Stanford's proposal to build a high-technology campus in New York City at this year's Academic Council meeting

New U.S. nuclear reactors unlikely soon, say Stanford physicist and New York Times journalist

Mobile technology is the focus of the 2011 IT Open House

Stanford's new McMurtry Building for the arts moves forward; noted architect selected for design

Counting critters at Stanford's Lake Lagunita

Hennessy sees potential for dynamic partnership in creating New York City center of innovation

Harvard names Stanford Medical School Professor Alan M. Garber as its next provost

Text of President John Hennessy's annual address to the Academic Council

Robots, inventors take center stage at Stanford's second Robot Block Party

Stanford scholar Tenzin Tethong could be the next prime minister of Tibet

Men's gymnastics capture Stanford's 100th national title

New biosensor microchip could speed up drug development, Stanford researchers say

Drama Professor Janice Ross wins 2011 Roland Volunteer Service Prize

Clay Carson's Martin Luther King play goes to East Jerusalem, West Bank

Eight Stanford scholars named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Sugarcane changes the temperature of local climate, Stanford researchers say

Stanford should invite ROTC back to campus, university committee says

Q&A: Stanford's Stephen Stedman on democracy's surge and the growing need for elections with integrity

Weekend for students admitted to Stanford's Class of 2015 begins Thursday

From Greek to English: Stanford professor's translation of Euripides takes the stage

Managing California's water: From conflict to reconciliation

Google grew from Stanford engineering, and the relationship continues to provide answers to tough problems

Racial disparity remains in heart-transplant mortality rates, Stanford study finds

It's spring, so Stanford's Mary Morrison must be giving away millions

Stanford's Faculty Senate approves process for bringing ROTC back to campus