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Earlier, more accurate prediction of embryo survival

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Researchers at the Medical School have shown that they can predict with 93 percent certainty which fertilized human eggs will make it to a critical developmental milestone and which will stall and die. Renee Reijo Pera, professor of obstetrics and gynecology, is the study's senior author.

Red Barn Festival to feature equestrian events and more

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The community is invited to celebrate the five-year anniversary of the renovation of the Red Barn at the annual Red Barn Festival on Sunday, Oct. 10. The festival will feature equestrian events, as well as a wine tasting and silent auction to benefit the equestrian team and student equestrian programs.

Get ready to duck, cover and hold during Oct. 7 drill

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On Thursday, the campus community will be asked to duck, cover and hold as part of a university-wide emergency drill. Emergency Manager Keith Perry said he hopes the drill will teach us how to react in an actual earthquake and will test the university's ability to account for all faculty, staff and students.

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  • Stanford Golf Tourney: Faculty and staff are invited to compete in the Stanford Recreational Golf Tourney on Oct. 14. The two-person scramble event for recreational golfers serves as a National Collegiate Golf Championships local qualifier. The tourney begins at the Stanford University Golf Course with a shotgun start at 2 p.m. Affiliate rates apply. Visit the golf tourney website for information.
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