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Stanford v. Roche goes before U.S. Supreme Court Monday

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A lawsuit that began as a patent infringement case against a biotechnology company has evolved into a fight to preserve a federal law, the Bayh-Dole Act, that for 30 years has effectively promoted the commercialization of university-developed technology funded with federal tax dollars.

Writing of Stegner Fellows will be performed Saturday

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On Saturday, Feb. 26, at 8 p.m. in Dinkelspiel Auditorium, the Word for Word Performing Arts Company will present an evening of staged readings featuring writers and poets who are Wallace Stegner Fellows in Stanford's Creative Writing Program.

Philosopher says soldiers' guilt deserves more attention

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Mixing a philosopher's perspective with a psychoanalyst's diagnostic skills during a talk at Stanford, Georgetown scholar Nancy Sherman examined the emotional and moral wounds of war – a key to understanding and healing troops suffering from mental trauma.

Parents' Weekend expected to draw a record 3,500 visitors

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Some 3,500 parents, other family members and friends are expected to visit campus for Parents' Weekend, which begins Friday with a welcome from Provost John Etchemendy and ends Saturday with student performances. Attendance is expected to set a record for the second year in a row.

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  • Faculty Senate minutes online: A PDF version of the minutes of the Feb. 17 Faculty Senate meeting are now online. Employee health insurance, the future of the East Asia Library and the invitation to consider a center in New York City were the topics of discussion.

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TARA VANDERVEER named a finalist for the Basketball Hall of Fame . . .


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