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Monday, April 26, 2021

Health & Medicine

Drug enables scarless healing

Stanford researchers have identified the mechanisms of scar formation in skin to make wounds heal with normal skin instead of scar tissue.

Scarless healing

Science & Technology

Fine-tuning the color of light

Shanhui Fan and his team have developed a new sort of optical device that allows engineers to change the frequencies of individual photons in a stream of light.

Shanhui Fan

Science & Technology

Eyes in the sky on pollution

A new AI approach that uses satellite imagery to pinpoint highly polluting brick kilns in Bangladesh could provide a low-cost solution to regulation.

Brick kilns

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  • Museums are back: The Anderson Collection and the Cantor Arts Center have reopened. Free timed tickets are required for every visitor. Learn more.
  • Outdoor movies: Each week, Stanford Under the Stars: Movie Nights at Frost brings a selection of movies featuring actors who attended Stanford or various iconic Northern California filming locations, from the streets of Oakland to the wine country. Learn more.
  • Health Matters: Join Stanford Medicine May 10-15 for Health Matters 2021. Explore your health in during this six-day virtual community health event. Health Matters 2021 is online, free and open to everyone. Learn more.

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