Stanford headlines for November 2014

The banking industry needs more effective regulatory reform, says Stanford expert

Study in paradise: Stanford professors turn Hawaii into a living science classroom

Give bicyclists 3-foot clearance when passing

Stanford engineers discover how to record the forensic history of chemical contaminations in water

NSA director calls for partnership with Silicon Valley to combat cyber attacks

Parents can help toddlers with slow language skills catch up, Stanford psychologist says

Stanford chemical engineers borrow technique from petrochemical industry to store solar energy

Former ambassador, political scientist McFaul to lead Stanford's FSI

Stanford researcher explores why cliques thrive in some high schools more than others

Stanford offers students a medical test for unintended drug ingestion

Immigrants represented by attorneys far more likely to win deportation cases, Stanford law clinic study finds

Learning to fly: Stanford engineering students master mechaphonics by building quadcopters

Faculty Senate hears update on student judicial affairs process

Water sector ripe for innovation and investment, finds Stanford-led report

Celebrating 10 years of environmental solutions at Stanford

Stanford research suggests ways to close the gender gap in law schools

Three innovators named Stanford engineering heroes

World's brightest scientists gather at Stanford to celebrate fundamental research

Stanford Management Company CEO John Powers to depart in 2015

Stanford Professor Emeritus David Nivison dies at 91

Kenneth E. Olivier, investment manager, joins Stanford's Board of Trustees

Stanford and Warner make music – leaders

Right-to-carry gun laws linked to increase in violent crime, Stanford research shows

Stanford Symphony Orchestra performs Mahler's Symphony No. 6

Memorial service planned for alumnus Dan Ha

Stanford religious studies Professor Emeritus Edwin Good dies at 86

Stanford archaeologist leads the first detailed study of human remains at the ancient Egyptian site of Deir el-Medina

Stanford chemists develop 'nanoreactor' for discovering new chemical reactions

Stanford 'tips-by-text' program helps boost literacy in preschoolers, study finds

Stanford biologists explore link between memory deficit and misfiring circadian clock

Stanford Cyber Initiative will tackle Internet technology concerns from many angles

Stanford team creates computer vision algorithm that can describe photos

Stanford literary scholar traces cultural history of our obsession with youth

Imagining the universe: cosmology in art and science

Stanford mechanical engineer Sheri Sheppard named U.S. professor of the year

A brain-imaging discovery by Stanford scientists resolves a century-old argument

Stanford researchers bridge education and neuroscience to strengthen the growing field of educational neuroscience

Stanford engineers climb walls using gecko-inspired climbing device

Two Stanford seniors awarded 2015 Rhodes Scholarships

Laws may be ineffective if they don't reflect social norms, Stanford scholar says

Unruly dogs at Lake Lagunita prompt increased leash-law enforcement

Patrick Suppes, Stanford philosopher, scientist and Silicon Valley entrepreneur, dies at 92

Stanford scientists seek to map origins of mental illness and develop noninvasive treatment

Too early to judge Japan's economic strategy, Stanford economist says

Reading in Rwanda: Stanford researchers map the state of literacy in rural Africa

Stanford engineers invent high-tech mirror to beam heat away from buildings into space

Five Stanford professors named fellows of American Association for the Advancement of Science

Los Angeles schools embrace different vision of history, with lessons from Stanford group