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Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Where displaced scholars find refuge

Felix Bloch

For decades, displaced scholars fleeing persecution because of their research, race or creed have found refuge at Stanford, in collaboration with the Institute of International Education. Among the first such scholars was Nobel Prize winner Felix Bloch. Read more, see the video.


science & technology

Vaccine delivery of the future

James Swartz has spent years refining a radical new vaccine approach that could quickly protect billions of people from the next COVID-19-level pandemic.

James Swartz

Health & Medicine

Stories of a disease detective

Geneticist Euan Ashley applies his love of Sherlock Holmes mysteries to a book about helping patients with undiagnosed diseases find answers.


Machine Learning and AI Series Stanford Continuing Studies course

Announcements

  • Campus Conversations: Join President Marc Tessier-Lavigne, Provost Persis Drell and a panel of campus leaders today, Wednesday, March 17, from 3 to 4 p.m. (PT) for a discussion of spring quarter, focusing on moving the university’s mission forward while keeping the campus community safe. Learn more.
  • COVID Flex Hours: Learn more about COVID Flex Hours, which provide up to 80 hours of paid time for eligible employees to address COVID-19 related issues, such as illness, dependent care, quarantine and vaccinations, based on individual circumstances. In addition, 24 of the 80 hours can be used for self-care related to COVID-19. See the UHR story for more.

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