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Thursday, August 15, 2019

science & technology

Making physics more inclusive

Physics faculty and students are working together to make their department a more inclusive community through clubs, classes and events.

Physics students teaching at a high school

Health & Medicine

Discoveries in autism

Autism researcher Dennis Wall discusses the findings of an analysis of the genome sequences for 2,308 people from 493 nuclear families affected by autism.

Dennis Wall

science & technology

How catalytic converters go bad

Engineering researchers have proposed a new way to solve a catalytic converter problem that has vexed the automotive industry for years.

The Dish

DAVID STUDDERT leads a study supported by the National Collaboration on Gun Violence Research of the "secondhand" effects of having guns in the home.

Adobe discount Cryo-EM workshop


  • Chilled water curtailment: A stage 1 and stage 2 chilled water curtailment, affecting building comfort cooling in many campus academic buildings and offices, was implemented Wednesday evening, Aug. 14. The curtailment is expected to be in place through today, Thursday, Aug. 15, due to unusually high temperatures. Learn more and get updates.
  • Got blood? The Stanford Blood Center has issued an urgent request for blood donations of all types because of a drop in donations over the summer and a higher than normal blood usage. Learn more.

Museums by moonlight Laser vision correction study

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