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Stanford Solar Car Project officially unveils Xenith today

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The Stanford Solar Car Project will unveil Xenith, a solar-powered vehicle two years in the making that boasts several industry-leading technological innovations. The public unveiling takes place at 5 p.m. today at the Volkswagen Automotive Innovation Laboratory on campus.

Scientists must leave the ivory tower, Paul Ehrlich says

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Ecologists have to be more active in explaining the meaning of their research results to the public if human behavior is going to change in time to prevent a planetary catastrophe, says biologist Paul Ehrlich, who will speak today at the annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America in Austin.

Medical illustrations convey body’s secrets in vivid detail

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Despite the availability of advanced technological illustrative and imaging devices, surgeon Robert Jackler, left, and medical illustrator Chris Gralapp use paper and colored pencils to produce illustrations for surgical atlases, books and journals. They have done so for more than two decades.

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  • Participants sought for clinical trial: Scientists at the School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital are starting a phase-1 clinical trial of a vaccine-based treatment for the deadliest childhood cancer, a rare brain tumor called Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma. More information is available on the medical school's news website.
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Watch an open practice, stop by football skill stations, enjoy a mini fan fest, get team members' autographs and preview seat locations for season tickets at CARDINAL FOOTBALL's OPEN HOUSE Aug. 21.

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