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Monday, July 8, 2019

Stanford's Three Books explore cities

Three Books program selections

More than 1,700 incoming undergraduates have been sent this year's readings for the Three Books program, which introduces students to intellectual life on the Farm. Read more about Sarah Billington's choices, which focus on cities.

health & medicine

Sports applied to cancer

Maximilian Diehn and Ash Alizadeh have taken a page from sports probability techniques to generate more accurate prognoses for cancer patients. 

Diehn and Alizadeh

science & technology

Protecting vulnerable chips

Engineering faculty Clark Barrett and Subhasish Mitra are using algorithms to thwart hackers who could use a chip's features to carry out a nefarious end.

Chip illustration by Kevin Craft

The Dish

Eleven Stanford faculty members have been named recipients of the PRESIDENTIAL EARLY CAREER AWARD FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS, including Stanford Earth's JENNY SUCKALE.

Jenny Suckale

	 Summer featured courses Housing programs for Stanford community


  • Stanford Redwood City: The final building to be occupied at Stanford Redwood City (SRWC) is Academy Hall. Several departments are moving this summer, including Parking & Transportation Services, Office of Technology Licensing and select areas of the Office of Continuing Studies. Read more about the services and programs at the new campus and changes to expect on the Cardinal at Work website.

Meeting Planning Services Stanford Debate summer camp

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