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Stem cell ruling puts researcher's project in limbo

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The highly recognized work of Joanna Wysocka, assistant professor of chemical and systems biology and of developmental biology, has been thrown into limbo by an injunction suspending federal funding for human embryonic stem cell research.

Experts question relying on test scores to evaluate teachers

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Stanford's Linda Darling-Hammond, left, Edward Haertel and Richard Shavelson are among the education experts who are cautioning against the reliance on student test scores to evaluate teachers in a report issued by the Economic Policy Institute.

BeWell@Stanford offers free sports tickets to SHALA takers

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BeWell@Stanford and Stanford Athletics are making an offer they hope you can't refuse. Take your Stanford Health and Lifestyle Assessment (SHALA) and receive four free tickets to some upcoming fall sporting events.

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  • Football parking fees: If you are planning to go to the Cardinal Football home opener against Sacramento State this Saturday, be aware that there is now a $15 charge for general public parking lots. Read the parking fee press release for more information.
  • Stanford for You: The university's monthly event newsletter Stanford for You has published its September issue. Check out what's happening on campus in the coming month.

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The Volvo Environment Foundation awards its annual environment prize to HAROLD MOONEY . . .


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