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Wednesday, August 11, 2021

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Understanding extreme weather

A machine learning tool could help predict extreme precipitation events in the Midwest, which account for over half of major U.S. flood disasters. 

Extreme weather in the Midwest

health & medicine

Personalized cancer care

Researchers in the growing field of radiomics developed an algorithm that helps oncologists identify cancer subtypes and target treatments.

radiotherapy treatment

Science & technology

A better way to track methane

A new study shows how better data can lead to more accurate estimates of methane in the atmosphere, and points to causes of the EPA’s undercount.

Tracking methane leaks with drones

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  • Stanford Blood Center asks current and potential donors to make blood donation part of your new normal. As a thank-you, those who donate Aug. 1–31 at any center or mobile blood drive will automatically be entered to win one of eight Apple Watches. Anyone who presents to donate in August and then books their next appointment beyond August will be entered to win a Peloton Bike! Learn more.

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