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Stanford experts discuss how 9/11 has changed the world

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As we approach the 10th anniversary of the al-Qaeda attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the Stanford News Service asked: "How has the world changed as a result of 9/11?" A group of Stanford scholars  — historians, an economist, an expert on security and an international negotiator — weighed in.

Scientists invent new way to disarm malaria parasite

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Ellen Yeh, an instructor in Stanford’s pathology department, and Joseph DeRisi, professor of biochemistry and biophysics at the University of California-San Francisco, have developed a novel technique to "tame" the malaria parasite by forcing it to depend on an external supply of a chemical.

Long-term trails issue may be nearing a resolution

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For more than a decade, Stanford has been working to fulfill its obligations to build two public hiking trails. Larry Horton, head of government and community relations, explains that a resolution may be near, as San Mateo County reconsiders an offer  from Stanford to upgrade the Lower Alpine Trail.

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  • Mobile technology to enhance the fan experience: The Athletics Department has undertaken significant initiatives in mobile technology for the upcoming academic year. The initiatives are designed to enhance the game day experience for fans by providing connectivity, real-time replays, statistics, mobile food ordering and other key information. New offerings include free public Wi-Fi at nine on-campus athletics venues and a combination of mobile technology products including an in-venue mobile website and an application for the iOS and Android operating systems. Visit the Athletics website for details.
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College rankings are usually so much ho-hum. But Washington Monthly, which ranked Stanford fourth among national universities, may be a tad different. . . .

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