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Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Welcome to the farm

Community volunteers at the O'Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm

The O’Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm offers Bay Area residents a chance to learn firsthand about organic farming by volunteering to help tend six acres of fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers and a small flock of chickens.  Read more

social sciences

Thinking faster than words

How people act and react to the world around them – through their spatial thinking – shapes how they think, Stanford psychologist Barbara Tversky says.

Barbara Tversky

Science & Technology

Pressure to find ‘right’ answers

New research cautions that decision-making can suffer when an organization undermines the independence of its number crunchers.

Numbers clumping in groups

The Dish

Graduate student MIN JOO KIM and physician-researcher RANDALL STAFFORD have published the first in a series of Scope blog entries demystifying heart failure.

HR Communications UIT Technology Training


  • VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND RESPONSE: In the wake of the recent mass shootings in American cities, Stanford’s Department of Public Safety has posted information reminding members of the university community about strategies for planning for and responding to an active threat. Tips, videos, policy guides and other resources are available. Read more.

Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute awards Cryo-EM workshop for Stanford

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