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Provocative ideas for undergraduate life at Stanford

Over two evenings last week, several hundred members of the campus community got a glimpse of some of the unconventional ideas coming out of Stanford's for potentially reimagining the undergraduate experience of the future.

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Young blood recharges brains of old mice, Stanford study finds

A School of Medicine study demonstrates that something in the blood of young mice can restore mental capabilities in old mice.

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At Stanford, José Manuel Barroso touts stronger Europe

José Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission, says the 28-nation-member European Union has enacted fiscal reforms that make it stronger and more united since the continent teetered on the economic brink in 2008.

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Supreme Court's ruling expands air pollution control efforts, say Stanford scholars

Stanford experts analyze the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that states must comply with regulations developed by the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce coal-burning pollutants that float to downwind states.