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Q&A with Gary Segura on the midterm elections

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The midterm elections are Tuesday, and Democrats are in big trouble. Stanford political science Professor Gary Segura spoke with Stanford Report about the upcoming election and how President Obama's two years in office helped shape today's political landscape.

Test questions: Consumer genomics enters the classroom

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A Medical School class called "Genomics and Personalized Medicine" aims to demonstrate how the explosion of knowledge about genetics could play out in medical practice. Students had the opportunity to get their own genotyping results to help them understand the issues patients will face.

Stanford professors explore race, ethnicity at Litquake

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Earlier this month, four Stanford humanities professors explored race and ethnicity in literature and art during a panel discussion that took place on the final night of Litquake, California's largest literary festival. A video of their discussion is available the Human Experience website.

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  • Kids needed for humor study: Children are needed to watch funny films for a School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital study. The researchers are examining how the neural pathways that encode the sense of humor develop in children's brains. Read the full description.
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