Thursday, April 7, 2011 Trouble viewing? Open in web browser
Stanford Report

All news | Suggest a story | Archive | Contact us | Advertise

Dilution no automatic solution for coastal fish farm waste

Photo: News

Stanford researchers have developed a highly detailed computer simulation that will help to find suitable sites for aquaculture and monitor any plumes of waste wafting through the waters. The model should prove valuable in selecting appropriate sites for future fish farms.

Tuberculosis study reveals stealthy approach of epidemics

Photo: News

A study led by Stanford scientists has provided new insights into the behavior of tuberculosis by tracing the travels of a particular strain of the disease that was spread among the indigenous peoples of western Canada by French Canadian voyageurs during the fur trade era.

Why women have less wealth; what can be done about it

Photo: News

In a recent talk sponsored by the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, sociologist Mariko Chang discussed the gap between men's and women's wealth. Despite the rise of women's earnings to 78 percent of men's, women own only 36 percent as much wealth.

Minutes of March 31 Faculty Senate meeting now online

Photo: News

Edith Sheffer, assistant professor or history, spoke at the March 31 Faculty Senate meeting during a presentation titled "Innovation for Curriculum Design." The senate also heard reports on the Stanford Center at Peking University and the status of earthquake preparedness.

Campus Announcements »

  • IT Open House: The IT Open House brings together campus IT service providers, vendors, speakers and instructors to present the latest information on emerging technologies. This year's Open House, set for April 21, focuses on mobile technology. How will it be used at Stanford? How will it change the way we do things? What are the risks? Check out who will be there by visiting the Open House exhibitors website.
ad for the Market

the dish

HILLEL at STANFORD names RABBI SERENA EISENBERG executive director . . .

ad for the Ethics Center

ad for Academic Council

Events »

In the News »

Classifieds & Jobs »

Classified ads for the Stanford community.

The latest job postings at Stanford.

iTunes | YouTube | Facebook | Twitter | Blogs

Stanford Report eNews is a publication of the Office of University Communications.

Trouble viewing? Open in web browser    |    Subscribe / Unsubscribe