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Monday, May 11, 2020

science & technology

Fighting COVID-19 with numbers

Statistics experts, including Susan Holmes, are applying expertise in genetics, predictive modeling and novel drug design to the pandemic fight.

Susan Holmes

science & Technology

Risks of alien contamination

Scott Hubbard, former NASA Ames director, discusses a new "planetary quarantine" report he contributed to that reviews risks of alien contamination. 

Space craft lifting off from planet

Law & policy

Privacy and COVID-19 tracing

Al Gidari of the Center for Internet and Society discusses the new tools and privacy concerns surrounding tech in contact tracing for COVID-19.

Illustration of internet

The Dish

English Professor ELAINE TREHARNE, a Welsh medievalist, has been elected a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales.

Elaine Treharne

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  • COVID-19 Qualified Disaster Relief Program: This program offers support to Stanford employees facing financial distress as a direct result of the current pandemic. Employees may apply for up to $1,000 for eligible necessary unreimbursed expenses incurred because of the disaster. The application deadline is June 15. To learn more and apply, visit the Cardinal at Work website.

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