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Stanford Report
Wednesday, January 13, 2021

University affairs

Honoring Martin Luther King

Stanford will celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with a free, four-day webinar and documentary film festival that opens Friday evening, Jan. 15. 

Martin Luther King

science & technology

Wildfire smoke effects

Wildfire smoke will be a widely felt impact of climate change throughout the country, but U.S. clean air regulations are not equipped to deal with it.

Wildfire effect in San Francisco

science & technology

Transformative blood test

A new device performs many blood tests quickly and then stitches the results together to enable real-time monitoring of blood chemistry. 

Proteinator blood test

The Dish

The STANFORD HUMANITIES CENTER has announced that 33 humanities scholars have been awarded fellowships.


Stanford Continuing Studies course CCP Donors Needed

Announcements

  • Correction: Stanford Report yesterday misspelled the name of Carole Robin, who co-taught the GSB's popular Interpersonal Dynamics. Read the story from the Graduate School of Business about the new book she co-authored with David Bradford.

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Bio-X postdoc fellowship applications Knight-Hennessy Scholars


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