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    How can established support future women leaders in ? Join our Twitter Chat tomorrow, 9/12 to discuss!

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  2. Retina fixes: Two Stanford scientists are developing devices to improve vision:

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    Registration is now open for the Stanford Neurosciences Institute's fourth annual symposium on Oct. 19 at 10 a.m.

  4. Study finds of traditional hunter-gatherer population varies seasonally as their dietary intake fluctuates:

  5. Countdown to : “You can still have a meaningful life” with a disease:

  6. Sep 10

    Register by Sept. 19 to attend the two-day Stanford-China Cardiovascular Research Symposium on Sept. 21-22:

  7. Sep 9

    Scientists completed the first-ever characterization of immune system changes that occur in women during :

  8. Sep 8

    “100% of our patients thought it was important to talk about end-of-life wishes…but then something breaks down.”:

  9. Sep 8

    Fear factory: Watch Stanford neurobiologists use to explore responses to , anxiety and fear:

  10. Sep 8

    “The worst thing is that it’s not easy to tell which trial was inflated," says Prof. John Ioannidis:

  11. Sep 8

    Self-criticism is detrimental to your productivity and health, says , lecturer :

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  13. Sep 8

    .'s Kathryn McDonald asked doctors: "What keeps you up at night?" Here's what they said:

  14. Sep 7

    The "Paperfuge"—a 20-cent hand-powered centrifuge created at Stanford—wins the 2017 Index Design Award:

  15. Sep 7

    Asst. Prof. Manu Prakash () discusses his efforts to create affordable science tools for everyone:

  16. Sep 7

    A delicate surgery saves a teenager’s eye:

  17. Sep 7

    Prof. Anne Dubin discusses the case of a nine-year-boy who went into cardiac arrest after eating:

  18. Sep 7

    A study of free-floating DNA in human blood found 99% of the nonhuman DNA fragments are unknown to science:

  19. Sep 6

    Neonatologist discusses a study that found infants' race, ethnicity can affect their quality of care:

  20. Sep 6

    PAWS, the animal visitation program for patients at and , turns 20:

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