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Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Teaching & Students

Diversity for better science 

Under the new Advancing Health Equity and Diversity (AHEaD) program, the School of Medicine invited college students from across the country to spend the summer doing population health research.

AHEaD cohort

Science & Technology

War of the radishes

Wild radishes fend off caterpillars using “on-demand” anti-predator gene expression and these protections can extend to the next generation.


Stanford Blood Center: Gift cards UIT Technology Training - CAPM


  • Community engagement seed funding: The Office of Community Engagement is providing one-time funding to support research and educational engagement that furthers Stanford’s public service mission in the region. This fall 2021 funding opportunity aims to deepen the work of engagement hubs in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties responding to COVID-19 pandemic impacts. Eligibility: Academic Council Faculty and community engagement hubs. Applications will close on Oct. 1 at 6 p.m. PT. Apply here.

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