Stanford headlines for November 2013

Preventive measures taken after virus sickens 52 students

Activation of AlertSU system provides reminder of actions during a campus emergency

Quantity, not just quality, in new Stanford brain scan method

Summit at Stanford addresses how to attract underrepresented-minority students to careers in science and technology

Stanford launches latest version of free iPhone/iPad apps course

Professor Clifford I. Nass, expert on human/computer interactions, dead at 55

Stanford founder fosters creative confidence with design thinking

Studying Carrie Mae Weems' work at Stanford's Cantor Arts Center from different angles

Stanford Medical School dean shares vision for leading biomedical revolution

Stanford researchers surprised to find how neural circuits zero in on the specific information needed for decisions

The day the Duck dynasty fell to the Stanford Cardinal

Stanford physicists monitoring huge solar event

New task force seeks input on the lab safety culture at Stanford

Stanford offers tips for blocking email 'phishing' attacks

Mindy B. Rogers, education advocate, elected to Stanford's Board of Trustees

Memorial service for Stanford's Ron Rebholz to be held Jan. 31

Stanford University announces inaugural recipient of the Bright Award

Red states support climate legislation, too, Stanford analysts find

Stanford scientists create a low-cost, long-lasting water splitter made of silicon and nickel

Staff honored for outstanding contributions to Stanford's research mission

Campus efforts aim to boost awareness of need to report child abuse and neglect

Lynn Orr to be nominated by White House to head DOE energy research

Investigation of gastrointestinal outbreak at Stanford residence hall complete; norovirus suspected

Stanford and SLAC scientists invent self-healing battery electrode

Stanford scholar asks: What does the traumatic past mean for our future?

Stanford study could lead to paradigm shift in organic solar cell research

Online education on Stanford Faculty Senate chair's agenda

High-energy gamma ray burst could re-shape astrophysics theories, Stanford scientists say

Stanford students help smooth the path for incoming first-gen, low-income arrivals

Jing Lyman, former 'first lady' of Stanford, dead at 88

Stanford President John Hennessy finds joy and insights in great literature

Two Stanford alumni, one senior named Rhodes Scholars

New maps showcase public art treasures on Stanford campus

In Japan, Stanford architecture students explore design ancient and recent

Schools not inspiring students to participate in civic life, Stanford scholar says

U.S. methane emissions 50 percent higher than expected, Stanford researcher says

Groundbreakers in fashion industry share insights at Stanford

Stanford's Tara VanDerveer joins elite coaching club

Stanford scholars explain historic nuclear deal with Tehran