Stanford University legal counsel requested that the No on 37 campaign change a television spot that used a background of Stanford’s campus and misidentified the nature of the speaker’s affiliation to the University, by wrongly suggesting that the University had endorsed the message.
In an interview with The New York Times, Contag called the process, which uses new technology to construct three-dimensional images hundreds of cells deep, “point of care pathology.”
Researchers in the Materials Science and Engineering (MatSci) department examined the effects of ultraviolet (UV) rays on skin cells and found that the rays loosen bonds between neighboring skin cells, causing the skin to become more brittle.
Philanthropist John Arrillaga ‘60 is reportedly working on building concepts for Stanford-owned lots in Menlo Park.
The Concours d’Elegance is a car show that has raised over $1.78 million for local charities over the last 47 years.