The absence of a signaling molecule produced by the brain’s nerve cells stops the growth of certain brain tumors, according to a recent study by a group of researchers at Stanford’s School of Medicine.
As a University committee prepares to report on and potentially revise Stanford’s Title IX pilot process, many community members say aspects of the process –– and of Stanford’s broader attitude to sexual violence –– fall short.
Rice, a professor at Stanford, discussed current events in a live interview before thousands of women at the Watermark Conference for Women Silicon Valley.
Several Stanford network printers were compromised in a cyber-attack that sent anti-Semitic flyers to various offices on campus.
Controversy over the ban of the Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band (LSJUMB) continues as the University’s dismissive response to requests for FERPA records sent to protest the ban left many students and alumni upset.
Several buildings and street signs on Stanford campus and in Palo Alto were vandalized with swastika-like graffiti some time during the University’s winter break closure.
The plan, submitted earlier this week to Santa Clara County for review, would add nearly 2.3 million square feet of new academic buildings and up to 3,150 new units of housing.
While Stanford found no evidence that either attempt was successful, campus officials have urged anyone who uses the Stanford email system to remain vigilant about online security.
Over the course of two days, participants worked in teams to design and present solutions to pressing issues in healthcare.
A recent poll of 457 students by The Stanford Daily found that 85 percent of undergraduates favor Hillary Clinton for president, while only 4 percent supported Donald Trump. However, there was more variety in students’ general political stances.
Frank Graham Sommer, a professor emeritus of radiology at Stanford's School of Medicine, died on Oct. 2 at the age of 70. He was best known for work on ultrasound and imaging blood flow in the kidneys.
This report covers a selection of incidents from Oct. 11 to Oct. 17 as recorded in the Stanford Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.