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Friday, December 13, 2019

Health & Medicine

Sleep and genes

As sleep research at Stanford turns 50, Stanford magazine looks at how a new generation is studying the mysteries of Nod through biomedical techniques.

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science & technology

Accessible biotechnology

Bioengineer Drew Endy helped create an open-source collection of enzymes for DNA design that is helping biotechnology scientists worldwide.


Rethink workforce competition

GSB's William Barnett says leaders who encourage competition within an organization risk creating serious dysfunction that can torpedo success.

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The Dish

GIOVANNA CESERANI, associate professor of classics, is the new faculty director of the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis.

Giovanna Ceserani

Bio-X course/seminar series enrollment Stanford Dining meal plans


  • Free tickets: BeWell and Stanford Athletics offer free tickets to athletic events as a reward for participating in the BeWell Program. Among the featured athletic events is the upcoming women's basketball game versus Tennessee on Wednesday, Dec. 18, at 7 p.m. at Maples Pavilion. Learn more.

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