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Stanford University
In the @NewYorker's unlocked archive: @tanyaluhrmann discusses "When God Talks Back." #TNYarchive
Study by @StanfordCEPA: Doubling up on math class may help in the short term, but the benefits depreciate over time.
A woman with a "male disorder" is often much sicker than a male with the same disorder. More on gender medicine:
Stanford Repertory Theater's production of "Moby Dick -- Rehearsed" runs through August 10:
#Stanford Repertory #Theater’s production of “Moby Dick — Rehearsed” runs through August 10. For tickets, visit: Credit: Frank Chen
The vacation photos you post to social media help researchers quantify nature's benefit to society:
We're in the early days of the planet's sixth mass extinction event, warns an international team of scientists:
.@StanfordVR researchers use @Xbox Kinect to study how body language predicts creative output:
Stress is contagious because humans are "fundamentally social creatures," says @SUMedicine's David Spiegel:
Donated works by three American art giants enter Stanford's permanent collection:
Incoming professor Arun Majumdar argues in the @FT for a public endowment dedicated to transformational technology:
A student affiliated with the campus radio station KZSU transcribes interviews with civil rights workers in the South during the #summer of 1965. Now archived, “KZSU Project South” includes recordings and transcripts of Martin Luther King, Jr. and members of the Klu Klux Klan and the Congress of Rac
A new study outlines a plan to fulfill California's #energy needs with renewables by 2050:
California Supreme Court nominee Prof. Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar discussed borders at #TEDxStanford 2013:
Carleton Watkins' mammoth prints of #Yosemite, the Columbia River and the Pacific Coast are on display at the Cantor Arts Center through August 17. Browse images from the exhibition on Flickr:
Neuroscientists and anesthesiologists are now tackling an area previously claimed by philosophers: consciousness.
Why does the U.S. spend so much on healthcare? Professor Emeritus Victor Fuchs explains in @TheAtlantic:
An @SUMedicine study suggests a link between telomere length and vulnerability to cognitive decline and dementia:
Catherine Yu of Palo Alto High School assists with research in the #Stanford Blood Center’s immunology and pathology lab. Read about the campus #summer #internship experience:
In the @NewYorker's unlocked archive: this 2010 comment on reactions to Stanford's "bookless library." #TNYarchive
Being financially literate doesn't guarantee a better financial outcome, says Prof. Emeritus Philip Zimbardo:
High school interns bring curiosity and open minds to Stanford labs:
.@StanMedMag tells the story of 7-year-old Giana Brown and her struggle to deal with a rare bone disorder:
.@stanfordeng scientists may have overcome a major hurdle in developing high-efficiency, long-lasting solar cells: