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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

science & technology

Developing hardy crops

A team led by Elizabeth Sattely has discovered an eco-friendly form of genetic engineering for plants that could open up more farmland. 

Elizabeth Sattely by Rod Searcey

science & technology

Breast cancer culprit

School of Engineering researchers have found that a new culprit can cause breast cancer to spread, which could lead to more effective treatments.

Cells by Cecil H. Fox/ScienceSource

Athletics

How Stanford changed soccer

Twenty-five years ago, American soccer changed forever. And it happened at Stanford when the university hosted six World Cup matches.


The Dish

Stanford ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY has moved to a new facility on Oak Road that offers expanded services for the campus community.

Environmental Health & Safety building

Social innovation Review Conference A Century Of Ideas For A Free Society

Announcements

  • BeWell First Fridays: BeWell's First Friday Giveaways have gone virtual and are now available via the BeWell Facebook page. Every first Friday of the month, BeWell asks a wellness question. The first 20 people who answer receive a gift card prize. Learn more

Housing programs for Stanford community Cardinal at Work Insider July issue

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