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Friday, June 28, 2019

science & technology

When women ask questions

A study shows women ask fewer questions than men at scientific meetings, but public discussion of the problem helps.

Woman asking a question at a meeting

Health & Medicine

From healthy to failing hearts

A team led by Euan Ashley compared healthy heart tissue with that of failing hearts and found how genes network as the heart fails.

Euan Ashley

arts & creativity

Preparing for arts careers

Two students have founded an arts organization to strengthen the campus arts community and provide students potential career pathways in the arts.

Reilly Jonathan Clark and Michael Reily Haag

The Dish

Five Cardinal student-athletes were named to the Google Cloud ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA teams, which recognize the nation's top athletic and academic performances.

Housing Programs for Stanford community chronic low back pain study


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