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Christopher Gardner on Netflix’s ‘You Are What You Eat’

The Netflix series You Are What You Eat features Christopher Gardner discussing a Stanford Medicine-led trial of identical twins comparing vegan and omnivore diets.

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IntroSem reveals the magic of medical imaging

An introductory seminar dives into the technologies behind the shadowy photos of anatomy that give clinicians a window into our most personal of spaces.

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Research on microbes in extremely salty water expands the known limits for life

A study of microbes in extremely salty water shows how drought and diversion may affect aquatic habitats on Earth, and widens the possibilities for where life could exist throughout our solar system.

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Faculty symposium supports a more equitable professoriate

The Next Generation Symposium uses more than its namesake event to improve representation among STEM faculty. The effort also promotes and supports early-career scientists through mentorship, community, and a reimagining of the faculty search process.

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How well do you know the Stanford campus?

With more than 600 buildings and 8,180 contiguous acres, the Farm has many corners to explore. Test your knowledge and see how many of these spots you can name.

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Senior Liza Goldberg named 2024 Marshall Scholar

The scholarship will support Goldberg’s graduate studies in climate change, planetary health, and environment and development.

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The soft power of a tiny poetic form

A popular fall class on the short Japanese poetic form haiku explores the role of creative verbal arts in fostering cross-generational connections.

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Staff Groups come together to celebrate 2023

Stanford Staff Groups hosted the annual holiday party at Kingscote Gardens in collaboration with the Diversity and Access Office on Thursday.

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Wildfires leave a trail of toxic metal

New research finds that sustained high temperatures can transform a benign natural element in soil and plants into cancer-causing particles that become airborne.

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Navigating the fog of war: Stanford’s discussion on media coverage of the Israel-Hamas war

Journalism lecturer Janine Zacharia discussed the challenges news media face when reporting on the Middle East conflict.

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