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Stanford Scientific Review digitized



Stanford Scientific Review, volume 1

All 14 issues of Stanford Scientific Review, also called Stanford Scientific Magazine, have been digitized and deposited in the Stanford Digital Repository and are available through SearchWorks.  Between 2003 and 2009, “Stanford University’s magazine of science, engineering, and ethics” published articles, written by students, on a wide range of scientific topics of interest to the Stanford community. 

Zeynep Buyukonal at Falconer Biology Library worked with Jonathan Olsen, the founder and editor-in-chief from 2002 to 2004, to gather all published issues for this project. Mr. Olsen stated, "Stanford Scientific Magazine was started with the mission of explaining the importance of research-in-progress at Stanford including the policy and ethical implications. The 14 issues published over 7 years stand as a testament to both the fantastic research professors at Stanford and the dedicated student leaders who wrote, edited, and created a high caliber publication that matches Popular Science in its professionalism. Stanford Scientific Magazine represents the conscientiousness of today's generation of Stanford students who seek to change the world responsibly.”

By Michael Newman

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