Stanford headlines for December 2012

Titan, Saturn's largest moon, icier than thought, say Stanford scientists

iStanford for iPad released

Stanford launches new center to advance 'information age of genomics'

How a Stanford professor liberates large lectures

Stanford School of Engineering names new engineering heroes

Himalayas and Pacific Northwest could experience major earthquakes, Stanford geophysicists say

Schools resegregate after being freed from judicial oversight, Stanford study shows

Faculty Senate chair describes trajectory of his academic career

Economist Martin Feldstein receives 2012 SIEPR Prize at Stanford, calls for a cap on taxpayer benefits

Stanford researchers find clues to the Baltic Crusades in animal bones, horses and the extinct aurochs

Stanford scholar finds that Russia's most infamous tsars weren't so terrible after all

Teaching in the streets of Istanbul, Stanford historian urges students to look beyond the monuments

Stanford population biologist calls for realignment of human activity and natural systems

Last year was a 'very busy year' for the Committee on Graduate Studies

Stanford moving ahead with 50-year conservation plan

The archives of Road & Track magazine come to Stanford

Infants process faces long before they recognize other objects, Stanford vision researchers find

Stanford experts on North Korea's long-range rocket test

Stanford Board of Trustees chair says serendipity and people key to success

Stanford experiment finds ulcer bug's weak point

For Stanford programming class, the bigger the better

Stanford offers early admission to 725 students

Stanford University reports FY 2012 financial results

Trustees talk about exciting changes in Stanford's arts landscape

Update on gas pipeline replacement and testing near campus

Checking in with the Chocolate Heads, Stanford's student “movement band”

Stanford education experts help launch a new rigorous curriculum for English language learners

Students from across campus bring Beethoven to Bing

Export American natural gas? Not so fast, says Stanford economist

Online trove of university photographs keeps growing

Authors sharing royalties make a difference for first-time authors at Stanford University Press

Zinn's influential history textbook has problems, says Stanford education expert

Stanford football fans near and far catch Rose Bowl fever

Made in translation: Stanford scholar explores Italian-Chinese collaborations in fashion

Stanford operations research expert Arthur Veinott dies at 78

Stanford researchers develop acrobatic space rovers to explore moons and asteroids