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Friday, July 26, 2019

law & Policy

Mueller Testimony Q&A

David Sklansky discusses highlights and outcomes from Robert Mueller's testimony before House Judiciary and Intelligence committees. 

David Sklansky

science & technology

Counting particles of sound

A device developed by Stanford physicists that eavesdrops on the quantum whispers of atoms could form the basis of a new type of quantum computer.


social sciences

Influences of online dissent

In a new working paper, Jennifer Pan explores the relationship between physical repression and online dissent in Saudi Arabia.


The Dish

Stanford engineering student RACHEL FONG’s popular YouTube channel made her an internet celebrity. Now her career is hitting a new milestone with the release of a cookbook.


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  • SILICON VALLEY SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS FAIR: The City of Palo Alto invites the local community to attend a free, family-friendly event on July 27 to learn about all possible hazards that could affect the region, including natural disasters and crime. Included are exhibitions and activities about safety, emergency preparedness and response in Silicon Valley.

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