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Monday, June 10, 2019

Tales from the time capsule

Frank Buncom

Meet the Stanford seniors, including Frank Buncom, who are leaving behind mementos of their time on the Farm in a class time capsule. Why are objects ranging from rubber duckies to Gaieties posters important to them? See the slideshow.


science & technology

Finding natural gas leaks

Stanford scientists are combatting potentially dangerous natural gas leaks. Rob Jackson used this special car to survey cities in search of such leaks. 

car designed to detect gas leaks

science & technology

Detecting brain aneurysms

Radiologists improved their diagnoses of brain aneurysms with the help of an artificial intelligence algorithm developed at Stanford.

Image of a brain aneurysm

The Dish

Economist PASCALINE DUPAS has been named director of the King Center on Global Development.

Pascaline Dupas by Rod Searcey

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Announcements

  • New Roth 403 (b):  Beginning January 2020, Stanford Benefits will add a Roth 403 (b) option to the Stanford Contributory Retirement Program. Want to learn more about after-tax savings? In June and July, there are four opportunities to take a workshop called "Understanding Stanford's New Roth 403 (b) Contribution and In-Plan Conversions." It will be offered in person and as a webinar. Learn more

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