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Thursday, July 25, 2019

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Designing healthier cities 

Stanford scientists have proposed a new model to help city planners, landscape architects and developers bring the mental health benefits of nature to city-dwellers.

happy family at a park

BUSINESS

New tricks in tax evasion

A new law made it harder for Americans who hold financial assets outside the United States to avoid taxes. But research shows how they haven’t given up.


HEALTH & MEDICINE

Rheumatoid arthritis trial 

A clinical trial led by Mark Genovese found that an experimental drug improved rheumatoid arthritis symptoms in patients who failed to get relief from other therapies.

Mark Genovese

The Dish

The American Academy of Arts & Sciences recently appointed Stanford professor of pediatrics PAUL WISE and two other global health experts to lead a new initiative, Rethinking the Humanitarian Health Response to Violence Conflict, that will develop new strategies to protect civilians, health care and cultural heritage in areas of extreme violence.


Stanford MLA Housing programs for Stanford

Announcements

  • NEW STANFORD ID CARD OFFICE: It is now easier for employees at Stanford Redwood City (SRWC) to obtain support for their Stanford ID cards. As of this month, the ID Card Office will begin operations at SRWC on the first floor of University Hall.

2020 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute awards Stanford Summer Symphony

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