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Sequoia High School students create fluorescent proteins

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Sequoia High School students are the first to reproduce a cutting-edge technique for creating glowing jellyfish proteins outside of a living organism, thanks to Jim Swartz, far right, a Stanford chemical engineering professor, and his graduate student, Cem Albayrak, not pictured.

Students may study own genome in medical school course

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In a step toward preparing physicians and biomedical researchers for a future where genomic testing increasingly becomes part of medical care, the medical school is offering a new course in which medical and graduate students will be given the option of studying their personal genotype data.

Task forces eye administrative efficiencies on campus

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Four university task forces are working on ways to increase efficiency, focusing on human resources, information technology, research administration and non-departmental administrative support units. Tim Warner, vice provost for budget and auxiliaries management, has overseen their work.

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