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'Crash course' crosses disciplines, fosters teamwork

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Designing Liberation Technologies may seem an audacious title for a university course, but offer it at Stanford, and the title makes sense. The course brings together students with expertise in business, computer science, design, engineering and law.

New care guidelines for congenital muscular dystrophies

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Ching Wang, left, a pediatric neurologist at Lucile Packard and Stanford hospitals, led an international effort to develop the first standard-of-care guidelines for children with congenital muscular dystrophies. The guidelines will be published this month in the Journal of Child Neurology.

SLAC: An evolving partnership that is still going strong

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When asked how long a lifetime the proposed linear accelerator at Stanford would have, Pief Panofsky, founding director of what is now the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, reportedly replied, "About 10 years or so, unless somebody has a bright idea, which someone here usually does."

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  • Stanford for you: The December issue of Stanford for you is full of festive offerings. Highlights include this weekend's Festival of Lessons and Carols, featuring the Memorial Church Choir in a service of seasonal music and readings. Read about other holiday concerts and upcoming classes and events in this online newsletter.
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