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Monday, August 26, 2019

Beginning their medical careers

Medical School students

Ninety MD students from throughout the world donned white coats for the first time on Friday, Aug. 23, and received stethoscopes during the School of Medicine ceremony that marks the beginnings of their medical careers. Read more.

science & technology

Modeling exoplanets

Using data from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, Stanford Earth's Laura Schaefer helps provide a glimpse of a rocky planet outside our solar system.



Chemist James Trudell dies

James Trudell, a Stanford Medicine chemist who spent 50 years hunting down molecular clues to help make anesthetic drugs safer, died July 29. 

James Trudell

The Dish

NICHOLAS WIGGINTON of the University of Michigan will serve as an American Council on Education fellow at Stanford this year, working with KATHRYN MOLER, vice provost and dean of research.

Open house for new hospital P&TS - new academic year


  • Negotiation updates: Updates on negotiations between Stanford and SEIU Local 2007, including information on the university’s latest offer for SEIU-represented employees, are available on the Cardinal at Work website. Read more.
  • Curtailment ends: The installation of two temporary cooling towers for the chilled water system on the main campus means the Stage 1 and Stage 2 curtailment was scheduled to end this morning, Monday, Aug. 26. Learn more.

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