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13.04.21 04:32 Researchers chart path to drastically lower administrative costs of health care

Schlagwörter: Medicine, All News - Featured Item 3, Front Page - Featured Item 3, Health Policy, Communication, Affordable, Addressing, Excellence, University

A new analysis by Stanford researchers suggests the health care industry can reap many of the economic benefits of a “Medicare for All” program through incremental changes to the private health care market.

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12.04.21 19:30 IDEAL Staff Advisory Committee seeks to enhance staff experience related to diversity, equity and inclusion

Schlagwörter: Faculty & Staff, University Affairs, Tessier-Lavigne, Environment, Residential, Enterprises, Eliminating

The work of the committee is focused on five areas: diversity and leadership, HR policies and procedures, engagement and culture, learning and development and community engagement.

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09.04.21 23:01 Seven Stanford scholars awarded Guggenheim Fellowships

Schlagwörter: Awards, International, Metropolitan, Specifically, Fellowships, Renaissance

Among those honored with 2021 Guggenheim Fellowships are R. Lanier Anderson, Vincent Barletta, Enrique Chagoya, Lochlann Jain, Amalia D. Kessler, Daniel Mason and Jonathan A. Rodden.

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09.04.21 22:01 Stanford staffer illustrates diverse children’s book

Schlagwörter: Arts & Creativity, Faculty & Staff, Diversity, Wisconsin-Madison, Subcommittee, Residential, Enterprises, Cooperative

Molly Match, a children’s book featuring a little Black girl that was illustrated by a Stanford staffer, has sparked meaningful discussions about inclusion, diversity and equity on campus.

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09.04.21 19:52 Stanford students produce music industry podcast

Schlagwörter: Arts & Creativity, Teaching & Students, Music, Subcommittee, Fellowships, Fauntleroy, Nineteen85, Guggenheim

Students interviewed artists and executives as part of a course on the popular music industry.

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09.04.21 16:39 Stanford Law School professor Juliet M. Brodie named faculty director of the Haas Center

Schlagwörter: University Affairs, Stanford-supported, Neighborhood, University’s, Partnerships, Fellowships

Juliet Brodie, professor of law and director of the Stanford Community Law Clinic, will become faculty director of the Haas Center for Public Service in fall 2021.

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09.04.21 07:05 Report to Faculty Senate reveals stress around the issue of free speech on campus

Schlagwörter: Faculty & Staff, Faculty Senate, Tessier-Lavigne, Palumbo-Liu, Fundamental, VanDerveer, Philosophy

The Planning and Policy Board Subcommittee on Campus Climate presented an interim report to the Faculty Senate on Thursday that highlighted students’ concerns about free speech and general campus climate.

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08.04.21 20:55 Vaccine eligibility update, April 8

Schlagwörter: University Affairs, California’s, Vaccinations, California, Stanford’s, Resources

Russell Furr, associate vice provost for environmental health and safety, updates the campus community about options for getting a vaccine, noting that Stanford encourages those eligible to seek vaccination appointments through any available distribution channel in the county where they live

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08.04.21 19:58 Update on plans leading up to fall quarter for staff and faculty

Schlagwörter: Faculty & Staff, University Affairs, Conversation, Additionally, Researchers, Stanford’s, Community

In a message to the campus community, Provost Persis Drell and Elizabeth Zacharias, vice president for human resources, address plans for returning to on-site work this spring and for developing more flexible work arrangements for staff as the university moves toward a new way of working at Stanford.

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08.04.21 17:00 Stanford Law team proposes new routes to public safety in racially diverse communities

Schlagwörter: Law & Policy, Operationalizing, Criminalization, Paradoxically, Association, Innovative

Report on non-police approaches to mental health and homeless crises, school discipline and traffic violations demonstrates public safety benefits, especially for vulnerable communities.

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08.04.21 16:00 Illuminating a sea turtle mystery

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Animal & human behavior, Biology, Climate change, discovery, Ecology & Environment, animal & human behavior, Understanding, Stanford-led, Environment

North Pacific loggerhead turtles’ years-long oceanic journeys remain poorly understood. Using data from satellite tracking and other techniques, scientists reveal a unique phenomenon that may explain the endangered migrants’ pathway.

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07.04.21 22:19 Update on planning for fall 2021

Schlagwörter: University Affairs, Additional, Governance, Admission, Residence, COVID-19

In a message to the campus community, Provost Persis Drell addresses plans for as normal a fall as possible, including in-person education and research, with modifications as needed based on the public health situation.

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07.04.21 19:06 Undergraduate housing neighborhoods announced

Schlagwörter: Campus Life, University Affairs, Our Vision, our vision, Residential, Enterprises, Upper-class, Researchers, Long-Range

New neighborhoods created out of existing student housing support lasting friendships and community for students throughout their time at Stanford.

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07.04.21 17:31 Dark Energy Survey physicists open new window into dark energy

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Research, SLAC Science, Astrophysics & Cosmology, Dark Energy, Communications, Observatory’s, Collaboration, Accelerator, Department

For the first time, DES scientists can combine measurements of the distribution of matter, galaxies and galaxy clusters to advance our understanding of dark energy.

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07.04.21 17:20 Face, brain development share many genes

Schlagwörter: Medicine, Neuroscience, All News - Featured Item 1, Front Page - Featured Item 1, Health Care - Featured Item 2, Communication, Surprisingly, Pennsylvania, Researchers, Alzheimer’s

Researchers at Stanford and KU Leuven have identified more than 70 genes that affect variation in both brain and facial structure. The genes don’t influence cognitive ability, further debunking beliefs that intelligence can be assessed by facial features.

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07.04.21 17:05 How China spurred innovation in the U.S. and Europe

Schlagwörter: Social Sciences, Economics, Reuters/Brendan, Organization, University, Economics, Stanford

Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom argues that Chinese competition sped up productivity and overall growth in the West.

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07.04.21 11:00 Provost’s Office appointments focus on inclusion, community, digital education

Schlagwörter: University Affairs, Tessier-Lavigne, Institutional, Schoenthaler, Relationship, Residential

Leadership appointments announced by Provost Persis Drell seek to advance key strategic objectives of the university.

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06.04.21 13:00 Tracing the colonial origins of conflict diamonds

Schlagwörter: Humanities, history, International, politics, international, British-dominated, Humanities, University, Indigenous, Democratic

New book by Stanford historian Steven Press unearths previously obscured connections between German colonial activities and the world diamond market.

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06.04.21 02:46 Stanford honors 2021 NCAA women’s basketball champions

Schlagwörter: Campus Life, In the Spotlight, Stanford Athletics, Student-athletes, Stanford, Cardinal, Wildcats, COVID-19

Stanford honored the 2021 NCAA women’s basketball champions with a campus parade on Monday, the day after the Cardinal beat the Arizona Wildcats for the team’s first national title since 1992.

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05.04.21 19:01 Stanford students ‘collapsing distance’ through art

Schlagwörter: Arts & Creativity, Teaching & Students, Art, courses, Collaboration, Mixed-media, Engineering, Robertson’s, Researchers

During winter quarter, students enrolled in a class called “Mail Art” created small works of art, remotely, during workshops led by master artists, and mailed them to classmates across the country.

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05.04.21 18:45 Model reveals surprising disconnect between physical characteristics and genetic ancestry in certain populations

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Biology, discovery, biology, Professorship, Collaboration, Anthropology, Researchers, University

Stanford biologists have built a model examining the relationship between physical traits and genetic ancestry in populations formed from the mixture of multiple founding groups. They found that the relationship dissipates over generations.

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05.04.21 15:00 An artful study of cellular development in leaves

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Biology, discovery, biology, Collaboration, Developmental, Additionally, Lopez-Anido, Arabidopsis

Researchers tracked 20,000 cells to find out what made each one unique and to learn how the cells coordinate to build a leaf. Collaboration with a visual artist added additional dimensions to the work.

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05.04.21 01:19 Cardinal tops Arizona to win NCAA women’s basketball championship

Schlagwörter: Stanford Athletics, Outstanding, VanDerveer, Tournament, Alamodome, Stanford

Stanford beat Arizona 54-53, to give the Cardinal and its Hall of Fame coach their first national championship since 1992 on Sunday night.

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03.04.21 02:04 Stanford survives South Carolina, will play for NCAA title Sunday

Schlagwörter: Stanford Athletics, Connecticut, Tournament, VanDerveer, Louisville, Gamecocks

The Stanford women's basketball team beat South Carolina 66-65 on Friday to advance to the NCAA Tournament championship on Sunday.

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02.04.21 23:42 Letter from Stanford Medicine leadership to employees

Schlagwörter: Faculty & Staff, University Affairs, Cybersecurity, University, Children’s, Livingston, Department, Conference

A message to members of the Stanford community addresses a cybersecurity incident.

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02.04.21 22:01 Stanford participates in National Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Schlagwörter: University Affairs, Title IX, Harassment/Assault, Administration, Stanford’s, Department, Conference

The SHARE Office has organized a series of virtual events during the month, beginning with a Day of Action on April 6.

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02.04.21 21:22 Stanford team reveals cost-effective and life-saving treatment for nation’s opioid disorder epidemic

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Goldhabert-Fiebert, Administration, Implementation, International, Bounthavong

A Stanford team of decision scientists with colleagues at the VA Palo Alto Health Care System developed a mathematical model to assess the cost-effectiveness of various interventions to treat opioid use disorder.

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01.04.21 19:00 Stanford accelerators move knowledge to impact in the world

Schlagwörter: University Affairs, Our Vision, our vision, Sustainability, Transforming, Accelerator, Environment, Stanford’s

Stanford’s Long-Range Vision seeks to increase and accelerate both the creation of new knowledge through foundational research and the uptake of that knowledge as solutions for urgent problems in climate, learning, health and society.

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01.04.21 18:26 Robert Baldwin, founding member of Stanford’s biochemistry department, dies at 93

Schlagwörter: Obituaries, 121 - Featured Item 2, Biochemistry, Obits, All News - Featured Item 2, Biochemistry, University’s, Biochemical, Soft-spoken, Biophysical

Baldwin propelled leaps in scientists’ understanding of how proteins assemble themselves into the three-dimensional shapes that are essential to their function.

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31.03.21 18:04 Using clinical text to combat selection bias in medical research

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Artificial intelligence, Human-Centered, Intelligence, Engineering, Management, Artificial

Stanford researchers identify clinically meaningful confounders of retrospective observational research in medical record text.

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31.03.21 17:54 Scientists uncover a process that stands in the way of making quantum dots brighter

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, SLAC Science, Electron Diffraction/Microscopy, Lasers, Materials Science, Communications, Understanding, SLAC/Stanford, Thermodynamic, Lindenberg’s

The results have important implications for today’s TV and display screens and for future technologies where light takes the place of electrons and fluids.

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31.03.21 10:59 Jeffrey Ullman receives ACM Turing Award

Schlagwörter: Awards, Science & Technology, computing, Tessier-Lavigne, Participants, Transforming, Association, Engineering

Ullman shares the prize with long-time collaborator Alfred Aho of Columbia University. They are recognized for their influential work on compilers and algorithms, including their co-authorship of widely popular textbooks on these topics.

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30.03.21 23:31 Stanford announces 2020 Cuthbertson, Dinkelspiel and Gores awards

Schlagwörter: Awards, Faculty & Staff, Teaching & Students, Freeman-Thornton, Tessier-Lavigne, Sterling-Angus, Conversations, Postdoctoral

Stanford has announced the winners of the 2020 Cuthbertson, Dinkelspiel and Gores awards honoring faculty, students and staff.

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30.03.21 22:09 Stanford researchers connect families with tech designers to support students with learning differences

Schlagwörter: Social Sciences, Our Vision, Spanish-speaking, Spanish—rather, Transforming, Accelerator, Importantly

Participants in the Transforming Learning Accelerator project work across cultures and language to develop remote-teaching tools.

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30.03.21 13:00 Harassment in archaeology is occurring at ‘epidemic rates’

Schlagwörter: Humanities, Science & Technology, Tessier-Lavigne, Transforming, Photographer, Arqueología, Humanities

Stanford archaeologist Barbara Voss calls out decades of widespread abuse and misconduct in the discipline of archaeology and offers evidence-based solutions to stop harassment before it starts.

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29.03.21 20:01 Stanford in the spring

Schlagwörter: Campus Life, Tessier-Lavigne, Photographer, Stanford’s, Humanities, Fellowship

Spring has returned to the Stanford campus. Flowers are in bloom, and juniors and seniors are moving in for spring quarter. Photographer Andrew Brodhead captures the scenery for all of us to enjoy, even if we can't yet be there ourselves.

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29.03.21 19:00 Jordan’s worsening water crisis a warning for the world

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Ecology & Environment, Economics, Interdisciplinary, Policy, sustainability, Water, ecology & environment, Forschungsgemeinschaft, Food-water-energy

Prolonged and potentially destabilizing water shortages will become commonplace in Jordan by 2100, new research finds, unless the nation implements comprehensive reform, from fixing leaky pipes to desalinating seawater. Jordan’s water crisis is emblematic of challenges looming around the world as a result of climate change and rapid population growth.

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29.03.21 17:13 Our spring quarter

Schlagwörter: University Affairs, Information, Stanford’s, Humanities, Fellowship, Endowment

Marc Tessier-Lavigne welcomes the campus community to spring quarter, especially those students returning to campus. He notes the importance of collective responsibility, both in ensuring the health and safety of others on campus, but also more broadly in informing how university thought leaders are considering Stanford’s impact in the years ahead.

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29.03.21 11:00 Exploring humans’ complicated history with Earth’s mineral riches

Schlagwörter: Humanities, Ecology & Environment, history, International, Massachusetts, Longyearbyen, Pennsylvania, Anthropocene

With the support of a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, Gabrielle Hecht will research and write a new book about the mineral riches humans have turned the world inside out to unearth.

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26.03.21 13:00 Q&A: Environmental policies for all Americans?

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Social Sciences, Ecology & Environment, Q&A, Race and ethnicity, ecology & environment, Interdisciplinary, Brusky/Milwaukee, Environmental, International

Stanford researchers weigh in on how the Biden administration can address environmental justice and social issues that have been generations in the making.

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25.03.21 19:19 John Donohue: One tragic week with two mass shootings and the uniquely American gun problem

Schlagwörter: Law & Policy, Unfortunately, Atlanta-area, AR-15-style, California, Ginsburg’s

In a Q&A, Stanford Law School gun law expert John J. Donohue III discusses mass shootings in the U.S., the challenges facing police when confronting powerful automatic weapons and the prospect of gun control laws.

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25.03.21 18:48 Artist’s intent: AI recognizes emotions in visual art

Schlagwörter: Humanities, Science & Technology, Art, Achlioptas, University, Remarkably, Professor, Institute

A team of AI researchers has trained its algorithms to see the emotional intent behind great works of art, possibly leading to computers that see much deeper than current technologies.

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25.03.21 18:15 Revealing cost of a key climate solution

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Climate change, Environment, Freshwater, People&Planet, Environment’s, Bartholomew, University, Technology

Researchers at Stanford University and Carnegie Mellon University have estimated the energy demands involved with a critical stage in capturing and storing carbon dioxide emissions underground.

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25.03.21 16:38 First closeups of how a lithium-metal electrode ages

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Energy, SLAC Science, Batteries, Chemistry & Catalysis, Communications, Technologies, Accelerator, University, Department

Scientists have documented a process that makes these next-gen batteries lose charge – and eventually some of their capacity for storing energy – even when a device is turned off.

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24.03.21 23:00 New initiative aims to keep 5G networks reliable and secure

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, computing, infrastructure, Stock/Andy, Foundation, Biomedical, Princeton, McKeown’s

The transition to 5G will affect every device connected to the internet, including drones. A team of scholars is working to protect the technology from vulnerabilities.

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24.03.21 21:15 Ernlé Young, co-founder of Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics, dies at 88

Schlagwörter: Obituaries, Publish, All News - Featured Item 3, Front Page - Featured Item 3, Obits, Hamerton-Kelly, Unpredictable, Communication, Johannesburg, Bloemfontein

An anti-apartheid activist, humanitarian, theologian, scholar, outdoorsman and skilled woodworker, Young co-founded the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics.

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24.03.21 21:01 Far-flung Stanford staff nurturing virtual communities

Schlagwörter: Faculty & Staff, Computational, Mathematical, Zoom-bombing, Engineering, Development

After a year working from home, Stanford staff have become accustomed to new ways of working, but they look forward to the day when everyone can return safely to campus.

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24.03.21 16:00 One of Earth’s biggest carbon sinks has been overestimated

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Climate change, Earth Sciences, Ecology & Environment, sustainability, climate change, Environmental, Stanford-led, Environment, Bloomington

The results contradict a widely accepted assumption in climate models that biomass and soil carbon will increase in tandem in the coming decades and highlight the importance of grasslands in helping to draw down carbon.

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24.03.21 16:00 Aquaculture’s promise and peril

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Biology, Ecology & Environment, Food and agriculture, biology, Interdisciplinary, International, Stanford-led, Conservation, Environment

Twenty years ago, a Stanford-led analysis sparked controversy by highlighting fish farming’s damage to ocean fisheries. Now a follow-up study takes stock of the industry’s progress and points to opportunities for sustainable growth.

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24.03.21 10:59 Stanford art museums, Frost Amphitheater begin to reopen

Schlagwörter: Arts & Creativity, Museums, performing arts, museums, GoStanford.com/HealthAlerts, Amphitheater, Additionally, Contemporary, Institution

The university is planning a gradual reopening of some campus venues and zones to foster greater community connection as public health conditions improve.

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