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Friday, August 23, 2019

social sciences

How we find romance

Matchmaking is now primarily the job of online algorithms rather than friends and family, according to research from sociologist Michael Rosenfeld.

Getty image of online dating

science & technology

Earthquakes we can't feel

Stanford Earth researchers have explained mysterious slow-moving earthquakes known as slow slip events with the help of computer simulations. 

Subduction zone in Olympic National Park

science & technology

Food security from oceans

Our need for food poses one of the biggest environmental threats. Stanford scholars suggest examining contributions from the ocean closely.

Fish market

OPen house for new hospital cryo-em workshop


  • Cooling curtailment: President Marc Tessier-Lavigne sent a message Thursday evening to the university community about the latest chilled water curtailment. Warm and very humid conditions resulted in the implementation of Stage 4 curtailment Thursday on the main campus. Ongoing updates are available.
  • Negotiation update: The Cardinal at Work website offers an update on Stanford's negotiations with SEIU Local 2007 for a new contract.

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