Coterms who take an extra year at Stanford report taking on greater responsibility for all areas of their lives, from their courses of study to their housing to their finances. As one coterm put it, making a comparison to the undergraduate experience: “It’s a completely different game.”
Associate Professor of Pediatrics Matthew Porteus was recently awarded a $5.2 million grant from the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) to develop cutting-edge sickle cell anemia therapies.
Earth System Science Professor Greg Asner received the 22nd annual Heinz Award from the Heinz Family Foundation earlier this month for his work in applying ultra-high resolution technologies to analyze different ecosystems. The Daily interviewed Asner on his research and interests.
In a collaboration with other institutions, researchers from Stanford Linear Accelerator Laboratory (SLAC) have created the first 3D movie of a virus attacking a healthy cell. The movie is part of an initiative to use algorithms to visualize infections.
Frederick P. Rehmus Family Professor of the Humanities Gavin Jones is reviving the works of novelist and former Stanford student John Steinbeck in his spring course, “American Studies 146A: Steinbeck.”
In this feature, The Daily interviewed four student publications — the Stanford Political Journal, The Dualist, Probe Magazine and Fascinate — to get a small glimpse of how they balance student life with running a journal and reaching an audience.
The Stanford Center on Longevity celebrates its 10th anniversary with a newly launched website for its flagship Sightlines project to redefine how people can live healthier and more fruitful lives.
Students in ME 298: Silversmithing and Design are able to turn their initial sketches into precious objects cast in silver through a quarter long project.