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Tuesday, February 16, 2021

science & technology

Our pandemic behavior

A new model of disease spread describes how competing economic and health incentives influence social contact – and vice versa. 

Business conducted in masks

Law & policy

The voting machine lawsuits

Law Professor Robert Rabin discusses the cases brought by election tech companies who allege they have been defamed by rigged election claims.

People at voting machines

University affairs

New website outlines vaccination information

Information about vaccine distribution in California and the Bay Area is changing rapidly. Stanford has created a new COVID Vaccinations webpage to help members of the campus community keep track of the latest information.

Bio-X PhD Fellowship applications ETL Talk


  • Campus Conversations: Join President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Provost Persis Drell for a conversation with the campus community about racial justice initiatives underway at Stanford. The president and provost will be joined by Claude Steele, the Lucie Stern Professor of Psychology, Emeritus, and Stanford Trustee Charles Young, chair of the newly formed Black Community Council. This Campus Conversation is Monday, Feb. 22, 3 to 4 p.m. (PST). Learn more.

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Faculty Housing Former head of NOAA Jane Lubchenco

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