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Researchers show limits of brain scans as legal evidence

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As technology allows scientists and investigators to glean more about how we record, store and recall memories, psychologists and law experts are studying how reliable that information is. So far, it's not accurate enough for legal evidence, they say.

X-rays reveal chemical link between birds and dinosaurs

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Using the X-ray beam of the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource at SLAC, an international team of paleontologists, geochemists and physicists has revealed a transformative glimpse into the Archaeopteryx, a half-dinosaur/half-bird species.

On video: Indian nations return for Stanford Powwow

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Last weekend Native Americans from across the continent gathered on campus in the Eucalyptus grove for the Stanford Powwow. The student-organized event featured dance and drum competitions, art and a basketball tournament.

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