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Tenzin Tethong could be Tibet's next prime minister

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Stanford scholar Tenzin Namgyal Tethong, chair of the Tibetan Studies Initiative, awaits the results of Tibet's exiled government's March 20 election. Results will be announced April 27, and the Lhasa native could become Tibet's next prime minister.

New biosensor microchip could speed up drug development

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A new biosensor microchip that could hold more than 100,000 magnetically sensitive nanosensors could speed up drug development, according to Stanford research reported in Nature Nanotechnology. The nanosensors analyze how proteins bond - a critical step in drug development.

Pop-ups in electronic records can improve health care

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School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital researchers, including David Cornfield, report in the journal Pediatrics that pop-up messages built into electronic medical records systems can prevent physicians from ordering unnecessary treatment.

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  • Lively Arts announces new season: Lively Arts has announced its 2011-12 Performing Arts Season, which runs Oct. 19 to May 6. The 42nd season will be highlighted by the final Bay Area appearance of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company. Read more about the season and about the performers who will be coming to Stanford.
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