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Friday, March 5, 2021

Sea Trek: The voyages of Anne Dekas

Anne Dekas

A keen interest in the possibility of alien life ultimately led geomicrobiologist Anne Dekas to study some of the least-examined microbes on Earth – those dwelling in the deep sea. Read more.

social sciences

Election misinformation

The Election Integrity Partnership's report details misleading narratives and false claims about the election and includes policy recommendations.

Long Fuse report

Health & Medicine

Hannah Valantine on diversity

After six years at the NIH, cardiologist Hannah Valantine returns to Stanford Medicine with ideas for building a more diverse and inclusive campus.

Hannah Valantine

The Dish

TRACIE WHITE, a science writer at Stanford Medicine, tells the story of scientist RON DAVIS and his son in The Puzzle Solver: A Scientist's Desperate Quest to Cure the Illness That Stole His Son. 

HAI event on Intelligence Augmentation Melinda Gates


  • Football schedule: The Cardinal 2021 football schedule has been announced. Stanford will play its first three games away from home, beginning with the Allstate Kickoff Classic at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, against Kansas State on Sept. 4. The home opener is scheduled for Sept. 25 against UCLA, the first of two consecutive home games. Learn more.
  • Loss, Longing and Resilience: The Office for Religious & Spiritual Life is sponsoring "The Shelter of Community: Loss, Longing and Resilience" on Monday, March 15, at noon to mark the one-year anniversary of sheltering in place and to redefine shelter as we reflect on our loss, longing and resilience. Learn more.

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