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Thursday, July 11, 2019

Ultra-fast cellular communication

Arnold Mathijssen and Manu Prakash

A chance visit to Palo Alto's Baylands Nature Preserve enabled researchers led by Arnold Mathijssen and Manu Prakash to discover a new kind of communication between cells. Read more and see the video.


Lambin wins Blue Planet Prize

Earth system scientist Eric Lambin has won the Blue Planet Prize, which recognizes work that contributes to the improvement of the global environment.

Eric Lambin


Calvin Quate has died 

Calvin Quate, the inventor of acoustic and atomic force microscopes that revealed living cells in unprecedented detail, died July 6.

Calvin Quate

The Dish

Stanford LAW SCHOOL faculty members share what they are reading this summer and make a few suggestions for the rest of us. 

Photos of books recommended by Law faculty

Housing programs for Stanford community Stanford events


  • Holiday schedule: Visit the Cardinal at Work website to learn more about the university holiday schedule for 2019-20. 
  • Krumboltz celebration of life: A celebration of life for John Krumboltz will be held on Saturday, July 13, from 1:30 to 4 p.m. at the Center for Educational Research (CERAS). Krumboltz, retired professor of education and of psychology, died May 4. RSVP here.

Summer Human Rights Film Festival Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute

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