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Research team aims for rapid detection of radiation dose

Shan Wang photo

A team led by Shan Wang, a professor of materials science and engineering and electrical engineering, thinks blood proteins may hold the key to developing instruments for use by first responders and labs in the event of nuclear incidents.

International Initiative reflects Stanford's global reach

Global corps volunteers

Global Health Corps organizers were trained at the Freeman Spogli Institute under one of the many programs sponsored by the International Initiative in 2009. Stanford's global reach also was reflected in the number of scholars appointed by President Obama to international policy positions.

Open house at new campus conference center today

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Faculty, staff and students are invited to tour the Paul Brest Hall and the S. Mark Taper Foundation Conference Center both located in the Munger Graduate Residence from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. The event will include culinary treats.

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GEORGE SHULTZ and WILLIAM PERRY featured in new documentary on nuclear dangers . . . Freshman   GABRIELA FARFAN joins the First Lady for the State of the Union. Read more.

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