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Friday, November 2, 2018

science & technology

Keeping data private

Our devices collect information about how we use them, and computer scientists have created a new method for keeping that collected data private.

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health & medicine

Promising cancer therapy

A novel immunotherapy conceived at Stanford appears safe for use in patients with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in an early clinical trial.

university affairs

Sowing seeds of diversity

Diversifying Academia, Recruiting Excellence celebrates 10 years of preparing students from diverse backgrounds for academic careers. 

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The Dish

Thanks to STANFORDVOTES, thousands of students have registered to vote for the midterm elections. 

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  • Bike sale: The next Department of Public Safety bike sale is Nov. 7. Don't miss an opportunity to buy a used bike for only $35. Learn more on the Bicycle Sale website.
  • Measure F: As the Nov. 6 election approaches, information about the impact of Measure F on Stanford Health Care is available in this September Stanford Report Q and A article with university leaders.

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