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John Hennessy to receive Vannevar Bush Award

The former Stanford president is honored for his pioneering work in computer science and his dedication to supporting future leaders in the sciences, and beyond.

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Stanford Athletics —

Cameron Brink is second WNBA Draft pick

Cameron Brink became the 31st Stanford player to hear her name called in the WNBA Draft when the Los Angeles Sparks selected her with the second overall pick on Monday night at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York.

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Mikayla Tillery is a 2024 Truman Scholar

Mikayla is being recognized for her advocacy for housing and energy justice through her policy and research work.

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Passover observances on campus

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Two Stanford scholars awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Kirstin Valdez Quade and amara tabor-smith have received 2024 Guggenheim Fellowships.

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Stanford Medicine —

‘Virtual biopsy’ lets clinicians analyze skin noninvasively

A new imaging method penetrates tissue with lasers, creating a high-resolution, three-dimensional image of its cells.

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Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research —

A Nobel-winning economist tackles water scarcity

Paul Milgrom envisions a new market that would resolve the allocation battles of the Colorado River and provide long-run protection for a dwindling resource.

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Training green advocates

A unique hands-on class teaches Stanford Law School students how to counsel early-stage companies that are tackling pressing environmental issues.

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High schoolers visit campus and glimpse future possibilities

High school students visited the university as part of Stanford’s Introduction to Bioengineering, a dual-credit course program that provides talented students in low-income communities with access to advanced material while encouraging them to apply to selective colleges.

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Capturing the movement

Students in an introductory seminar on conservation photography learn that a camera can be a powerful tool for change.

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