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Thursday, April 9, 2020

Prioritizing first responders

Stanford Medicine app

Stanford Medicine is offering high-priority COVID-19 testing and a new screening and informational app, built with the support of Apple, to local police, firefighters and paramedics. Read more.


science & technology

Pivoting to COVID-19

Stanford scholars and researchers are applying interdisciplinary expertise and offering perspectives and solutions to COVID-19 challenges.  

Covid-19 world map

business

Brace for aftershocks

Economist Nicholas Bloom believes the COVID-19 economic downturn could be worse than the financial crisis of 2008 and rival the Great Depression.

Nicolas Bloom

Health & Medicine

Hope for depression

A new form of magnetic brain stimulation rapidly relieved symptoms of severe depression in 90 percent of participants in a small study.

Depressed person

Earth Day Event Easter

Announcements

  • Movement motivation: Stanford Recreation & Wellness is joining with other schools in a friendly competition as part of the collegiate 2020 Recreation Movement. Participants with an email address ending in .edu can log their minutes, be inspired and represent Stanford for a chance to win prizes. The 2020 Recreation Movement platform allows participation in live and prerecorded classes and workouts from colleges and universities around the country. Learn more.
  • Arts@Home: A new webpage from Stanford Arts features community and student resources to engage with the arts from wherever you are. Learn more.

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