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Monday, May 3, 2021

Exploring 'out there' ideas

Mothership and probe illustration

A mothership that emits a laser beam to manipulate a probe craft in deep space. A robot that extends its arms to climb in Martian caverns. These are some of the "out there" ideas from Stanford researchers supported by NASA. Read more.

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Science, politics and speech

Stanford magazine writes about academic freedom at Stanford and reviews recent campus controversies involving science, politics and speech.

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Don't get old at work

A study by GSB's Ashley Martin finds that people who adamantly oppose racism and sexism are not so eager to eliminate ageism at work.

Ashley Martin

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  • Academic Council: The 2020-21 Annual Meeting of the Academic Council will be held on Thursday, May 6, at 3:15 p.m. The program will include a presentation on accomplishments of our community during a challenging year. Learn more.
  • Storage options: Overwhelmed by storage options? University IT has a new tool to help you choose the best option for your needs. Part of the Cardinal Cloud initiative, the storage recommendation tool is an online resource that helps you select which storage technologies you should use. Learn more.

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