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.@StanfordWBB faces Penn State in the Sweet 16 Sunday at 1:30 p.m. PT at Maples Pavilion: #gostanford
High school students explore the mysteries of the nervous system in the hands-on "Brain Lab" session at #SUMed101:
Professor Juliet Brodie answers audience questions about poverty and the law in our newest Open Office Hours session:
At least one type of decision-maker - the @MLB umpire - is biased when the stakes are high, a new study shows:
Follow Stanford on @instagram for another perspective on campus life:
Tara Adiseshan, '13, MA '13, became a Stanford freshman at the age of 14. Watch her speak at #TEDxStanford 2013:
Follow @StanfordHealth for updates on #HealthMatters 2014, Stanford Medicine's free, family-friendly community day:
.@stanfordbball faces Dayton at 4:15 p.m. PT in the Sweet 16. Watch the @NCAA live stream: #gostanford
Around 140 local students will be on campus Friday for Med School 101. Share the experience by following @SUMedicine:
More than 200 Stanford students are dedicating the week to Alternative Spring Break trips. Follow their progress:
Enrollment is open for the @StanfordCSP course "When the French Reinvented Cinema: The New Wave."
Doctoral candidate Patrick House tells how a computer program named Crazy Stone defeated pro Go player Yoshio Ishida:
Prof. @CondoleezzaRice and guests @ericschmidt and @JaredCohen of @google explore technology's role in geopolitics:
Study: Japan will face a debt crisis in the next 10 years unless it embraces significant tax hikes or budget cuts.
Mike Antonucci writes about the mix of faith, patience and determination behind @stanfordbball's success:
Happy, enduring collaborations rely on complementary - not similar - traits, says sociologist Daniel McFarland:
#MarchMadness standout Alex Chang, '14, of the Stanford Band, takes his cowbell skills to @JimmyKimmelLive:
.@StanfordEd study: Athletes reminded of the "dumb jock" stereotype scored about 12 percent lower on GRE-style tests.
Prof. Barbara Block: Oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill left tuna and other fish with likely fatal heart defects.
How @StanfordBiz is facilitating growing global demand for management education:
Novelist Richard Powers examines the often-unexpected intersections between the humanities and sciences:
Study: Students learning English benefit more in two-language instructional programs than in English immersion.