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Tuesday, April 14, 2020

social science

Why no social distancing?

The demands of work and a desire to exercise and socialize are among the reasons why people don't practice social distancing, researchers found.

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science & technology

COVID-19's spread, recovery

Mechanical engineer Ellen Kuhl has adapted a computational model of the brain to help assess how interventions might affect the course of COVID-19.

Ellen Kuhl

Health & Medicine

Smart toilet flags disease

A disease-detecting "precision health" toilet can sense signs of illness through automated urine and stool analysis, a new study reports.

Illustration of smart toilet

The Dish

Judging by their reactions, the CLASS OF 2024 is pretty excited to be attending Stanford. Share their joy, and be prepared to be moved.

Admitted student reacting

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Announcements

  • Workplace resources: A suite of professional development opportunities and resources have been created to help employees during these challenging times. For all, a new section has been added to the Cardinal at Work website, “Navigating during COVID.” For managers, a new section has been added to the Manager Toolkit, “Managing during the COVID crisis.” All spring quarter professional development courses are now online, with topics such as “The Remarkable Remote Worker,” “The Power of Habit,” “Crucial Conversations” and webinars to support effectiveness. View the course calendar.

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