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Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Health & Medicine

Treatment in small doses

Stanford magazine profiles Kari Nadeau, professor of medicine and of pediatrics, who is transforming the treatment of food allergies, one morsel at a time.

Kari Nadeau

science & technology

Knee pain disparity

Computer scientist Jure Leskovec and his colleagues have used AI to more accurately and more fairly measure severe knee pain.

knee pain illustration


The activist's dilemma

Should activists refrain from disruptive protest to keep public support or risk losing that support by protesting to grab the attention of those in power?

Activist confronting police

The Dish

Stanford Earth graduate student MATT LEES has received an Outstanding Student Presentation Award from the American Geophysical Union.

A Matter of Death and Life book release HAI Town Hall for Faculty


  • Virtual Lab Share: If you have unused equipment or supplies that aren’t bringing joy to your lab, virtually participate in the Office of Sustainability’s annual lab share during the week of March 15-19. Learn more.

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