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Renewable energy now provides 65 percent of all campus electricity.
Renewable energy now provides 65 percent of all campus electricity

Sustainable Stanford | Stanford News

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Aurele Gnanha
Simarpreet H Singh
Owebeyi Ja Mugyemanyi
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04/25/2017 at 20:20. Facebook
Andrew Luck, '12, has a book club — and he’s expanding it to public radio, with a new monthly program on WFYI. First session: May 10.
Andrew Luck 12 has a book club and hes expanding it to

Andrew Luck Takes Book Club To Airwaves - Indianapolis Monthly

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Al Cordova
David Chube
Targi Tarigan
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04/24/2017 at 18:23. Facebook
Reza Aslan and Jessica Jackley at #TEDxStanford: "Some relationships are interfaith; all relationships are inter-belief." More highlights from the 2017 program, where self-reflection took center stage: [ Stanford.io Link ]
Reza Aslan and Jessica Jackley at TEDxStanford Some relationships are interfaith all
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04/23/2017 at 21:34. Facebook
Why does the progression through medical school have to be so rigid, so lockstep? "Loosening the reins" and creating a wider menu of learning opportunities would lead to a stronger, more diverse physician pool, says Rishi Desai, a clinical instructor at the Stanford School of Medicine. #MedX | ED continues Sunday. Watch live: [ Stanford.io Link ]
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Bruce Yiu
Bobbi Arellano
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04/23/2017 at 18:01. Facebook
TEDxStanford is starting now. Watch the live webcast here throughout the day: [ Stanford.io Link ]
TEDxStanford is starting now Watch the live webcast here throughout the day:

Watch | TEDxStanford

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Zahra Amini
Deba Kanta Gogoi
Aaron John Bringas Reyes
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04/23/2017 at 14:25. Facebook
To solve the burnout crisis among junior physicians, Shahina Braganza says, we need to normalize conversations about wellness — and unwellness — so completely that anybody, maybe even eventually a patient, feels comfortable asking, "Doctor, are you okay?"

Stanford Medicine X | ED continues Sunday. Watch live starting at 8 a.m. PT: stanford.io/2pTkMGw
Beth Grant DeRoos
Sharia Mayfield
William Pack
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04/22/2017 at 22:01. Facebook
Many of today's greatest innovations are built on fundamental research conducted decades ago. It's tricky to predict where experiments by Stanford investigators will lead, but investing in research is crucial to making the #NextGreatDiscovery possible. [ Stanford.io Link ]
Many of todays greatest innovations are built on fundamental research conducted decades
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Peter Mathes
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04/22/2017 at 16:38. Facebook
"You want your doctor to diagnose what's new, not just what they know."

The press for efficiency interferes with adaptive expertise — and adaptive expertise is critical where conditions are dynamic, as in health care, Dan Schwartz, dean of the Stanford Graduate School of Education, explains at Medicine X | ED. Watch live Saturday and Sunday here: [ Stanford.io Link ]
Reid Sheftall
Sarah Wright
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Stanford University
04/21/2017 at 19:07. Facebook
William Pack
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04/21/2017 at 16:46. Facebook
TEDxStanford returns Sunday. Check out the 2017 lineup —which includes Jennifer Granick talking about modern surveillance and Reza Aslan tackling "the religion of raising kids" — and watch live here: [ Stanford.edu Link ]
TEDxStanford returns Sunday Check out the 2017 lineup which includes Jennifer Granick

Lineup | TEDx Stanford

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Remember that time that Stanford engineers showed that it's possible for Spider-Man to climb walls? That work is in the running for a #Webby. We're calling on #NerdNation to vote: [ Stanford.io Link ]
Remember that time that Stanford engineers showed that its possible for SpiderMan
Mice injected with the TIMP2 protein showed marked improvement on memory and learning tasks in a Stanford School of Medicine study — but don’t go sprinkling plasma on your cereal just yet.
Mice injected with the TIMP2 protein showed marked improvement on memory and

Human Umbilical Cord Blood Helps Aging Mice Remember, Study Finds

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Bill Duncan
Nataša Vušković
Sharon Fogleman Hockensmith
April 18, 1906: “It is perfectly miraculous that any of us are alive. We are all planning to sleep outdoors tonight.”
April 18 1906 It is perfectly miraculous that any of us are

What Students Write Home About, Then and Now

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Monique Ouk
Fern Shetty Pillai
Gauth Cha
Over the last nine months, Bing Concert Hall and 14 other campus buildings have joined a constellation of structures with solar photovoltaic panels on their rooftops producing electricity for the Farm.
Over the last nine months Bing Concert Hall and 14 other campus

Sun + rooftop photovoltaic panels = electricity for Stanford

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Gauth Cha
Soma Roy
Hannibal Tamerline
Reenacting musical works as they were originally performed might offer insights into history that documents do not.
Reenacting musical works as they were originally performed might offer insights into

Stanford musicologist brings the 15th century to life | Stanford News

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Danielle Humiston Aguilar
Sandy Mann Jackson
Olufemi Enia
Missed Justice Sonia Sotomayor's recent talk at Stanford? Watch it on C-SPAN today at 5 p.m. PT: [ Stanford.io Link ]
Missed Justice Sonia Sotomayors recent talk at Stanford Watch it on CSPAN
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Even the most abstract of concepts come to life on Stanford's educational farm, a 6-acre spread on the west side of campus that hosts students in earth sciences, art, French, mechanical engineering and more. [ Stanford.io Link ]
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Alejandra Quiroz
Elenita Silverstein
Decades of over-pumping have irreversibly altered clay layers in parts of California’s Central Valley, permanently reducing the area's ability to store water.
Decades of overpumping have irreversibly altered clay layers in parts of Californias

Groundwater overuse cuts San Joaquin Valley’s water storage ability | Stanford News

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Ranjeet Alexis
Ruben Fuentez
Nature provides some of the best R&D. When engineers looked closely at how birds take flight, they found that the animals angle their wings to generate lift and thrust in totally surprising – and efficient – way.
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Christina Williams
Peter Mathes
Margot Gerritsen
Staff member Michael Meehan and freshman Tessa Milligan tend to the Roble Hall Organic Teaching Garden. Students harvest the crops to make dinner for Roble residents to teach sustainable and seasonal eating methods.
Staff member Michael Meehan and freshman Tessa Milligan tend to the Roble
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Sanjay Biswas
Targi Tarigan