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Land-use expert Eric Lambin brings satellite data to Earth

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To better understand complex land-use changes, Earth scientist Eric Lambin combines remote satellite data with on-the-ground conversations with local residents. This approach allows Lambin to explore how and why people alter their environment.

App shows 2-D structure of thousands of RNA molecules

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A new technology developed at Stanford by scientists, including Howard Chang, associate professor of dermatology, will soon enable researchers to enter a specific RNA from baker's yeast into their iPhones and see a depiction of its two-dimensional structure.

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  • Volunteer for NSO: The New Student Orientation (NSO) team invites staff and faculty members to participate in one of the most energetic and rewarding days of the year: move-in day for freshmen and transfers on Tuesday, Sept. 14. Volunteers heft suitcases, tote boxes, meet new students and families and enjoy the energy that comes with the first day of NSO. The day starts with breakfast for volunteers at 6:30 a.m. in Wilbur Dining and ends about 10 a.m. Visit the NSO volunteer site or email Edith Wu-Nguyen, director of new student programs, at
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ZHENAN BAO is among the recipients of the Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award, which recognizes and encourages excellence in organic chemistry....

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