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Friday, April 2, 2021

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Accelerating Stanford's vision

Four accelerators are driving the Long-Range Vision goal of moving knowledge gained at Stanford into policies, technologies, medicines and best practices. 

Vision illustration

Science & technology

Improving climate models

Stanford Earth's Aditi Sheshadri is spearheading a project to understand gravity waves, tiny ripples that help drive the circulation of the atmosphere.

Aditi Sheshadri


Robert Baldwin has died

Robert “Buzz” Baldwin, professor emeritus of biochemistry and a founding member of the biochemistry department, has died at 93.

Robert Baldwin

The Dish

GOODFELLOWS, the Hoover Institution’s popular conversation series that analyzes domestic and world events, is celebrating its one-year anniversary.

Building Momentum Stanford research supported by Bio-X


  • Marsh O'Neill Award nominations: The Marsh O'Neill Award gives faculty the chance to publicly acknowledge staff members who support their research. The award includes a $5,000 prize. The deadline for nominations for the 2020 award is Monday, April 12, 2021, at 5 p.m. Learn more.
  • Intramural sports: Registration is now open for in-person Intramural Sports and eSports. Play such sports as Pickleball and Spikeball, and such games as League of Legends and Overwatch. These offerings are available to all Stanford affiliates; no experience is required. Learn more and register.
  • Cardinal Apartments: The Below Market Rate waiting list for The Cardinal Apartments in Redwood City is now open. Learn more.

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