Off the Grid—a Bay Area food truck management company offering lunchtime food truck options here at Stanford—is seeking to expand into Menlo Park despite pushback from local business owners.
Researchers at the Stanford School of Medicine recently published a study in Nature Cell Biology detailing their discovery that the inactivation of the sirtuin-1 enzyme (SIRT1) in mice may delay the onset of paralysis caused by demyelinating injuries like multiple sclerosis.
Researchers in the School of Medicine recently published a study detailing the development of mouse models that use luciferase, the gene that makes fireflies glow, to follow the progression of limb-girdle muscular dystrophy through noninvasive imaging of the luminescent decaying muscle cells.
As the ASSU Executive’s winter quarter food truck pilot program comes to an end, a lack of student demand means that late-night food trucks will not return to campus in the spring. Lunch trucks, organized by food truck management company Off the Grid, will return next quarter, while Net Appetit, a popular and long-serving food truck, is unlikely to come back.
Vo emphasized that he acknowledges the need for regulation, but thought some of Weinstein’s delivery requirements were unreasonable.
Mia’s Catering, a Mexican food truck, will no longer serve food on the Stanford campus as per the University’s new mobile food vendor policy. In response, community members have circulated a petition calling for the University to relax their food truck policy, which has already driven the popular food truck Net Appetit off campus.
Stanford’s new policy regarding food trucks mandates that trucks must register with Off The Grid, a food truck management company that has partnered with the University for the winter pilot program to bring food trucks to campus.