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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Bay Area teachers welcomed to campus

Teacher Rob Alexander and PhD student Tony Chen

Three Stanford schools have opened their lab doors to area teachers, including Castro Valley's Rob Alexander, left, under a summer research program for middle school, high school and community college educators. Read more.

campus life

Students develop dumpster tech

Ben Backus, '20, is among the students who have built a sensor designed to help manage waste that Stanford students are putting into dumpsters. 

Ben Backus with his dumpster sensor

law & policy

The Epstein case explained

Law professor Robert Weisberg discusses the sex trafficking charges against financier Jeffrey Epstein and the resignation of Labor Secretary Alex Acosta.

Statue of Lady Justice by Getty

The Dish

MARTIN HELLMAN encourages scientists to accelerate the trend toward more ethical behavior at the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

Martin Hellman speaking

Social innovation Review Conference Stanford MLA


  • Save on Adobe products: University IT negotiated an agreement with Adobe that allows faculty and staff to save significantly on Creative Cloud and Acrobat Pro licenses. If you have licenses nearing expiration, do not auto-renew. Instead, purchase licenses through the Stanford Software Licensing Webstore. Learn more.

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