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Singapore-Stanford Biodesign program launched

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Stanford is partnering with agencies in Singapore to train the next generation of Asian leaders in developing new medical technologies. Chris Shen, a Stanford-trained physician and venture capitalist, is the U.S.-based director of the new program.

Unabomber's writings raise uneasy ethical questions

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Great crimes don't end neatly with a trial. Uneasy questions linger: Is it right to disseminate a killer's ideas – even while denouncing them – if the criminal killed precisely to give them weight and force? French Professor Jean-Marie Apostolidès examines those questions.

Graduate education initiative positions Stanford as a leader

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The Reinventing Graduate Education Initiative created fellowships and leadership programs for graduate students while encouraging interdisciplinary learning. Under the direction of Vice Provost Patricia Gumport, Stanford continues to lead in graduate education innovation.

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  • Monday flu clinics: Vaden Health Center has received a substantial supply of H1N1 vaccine and will distribute it, along with seasonal flu vaccine, at Vaden from 3 to 6 p.m. today and Feb. 8.
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ADINA DANZIG EPELMAN explains why the Stanford community came out against hate . . .

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