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Gene pattern research prompts privacy concerns

A recent study by Stanford biologists unearths new evidence that a limited selection of a person or animal’s genetic information is sufficient to significantly predict the contents of their DNA, which could have implications for working with incomplete or damaged sets of DNA, say the researchers.

MLK Institute staff dismayed by building’s location

In 1985, Coretta Scott King asked Professor of History Clayborne Carson to edit and assemble the papers of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the beginnings of the King Papers Project. Today, the Papers Project is part of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute, housed in a temporary building on Stanford campus.

Nadav Lidor selected as Rhodes Scholar

Nadav Lidor ’16 was named a 2017 Rhodes Scholar on Nov. 19. The Rhodes Scholarships program provides the opportunity for Lidor to study at Oxford University free of all expenses for two or three years.
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