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Scientists' 'nanodomes' could lead to thin-film solar cells

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A multidisciplinary team of Stanford researchers has succeeded in harnessing plasmonics an emerging branch of science and technology to more effectively trap light within thin solar cells and improve their performance. As a result, we're one step closer to thin, inexpensive solar cells.

Pan-Asian Music Festival focuses on Mongolia, 'the steppes'

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The Pan-Asian Music Festival, which runs Feb. 2-13, will explore the intersection of Eastern and Western influences in the musical cultures of Mongolia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Iran and Afghanistan and premiere two orchestral works by Mongolian composer Byambasuren Sharav.

Lythcott-Haims holds Facebook Open Office Hours

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Julie Lythcott-Haims, dean of freshmen and undergraduate advising, invites students and their parents to ask questions on Facebook Open Office Hours. "Dean Julie" asks: What would you like to know about academic planning, challenges students face and getting the most out of Stanford.

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  • The Future of Nursing: Stanford Health Policy is hosting a symposium, "The Future of Nursing—Leading Change, Advancing Health," on Thursday, Feb. 3, from 1:30-3:30 p.m. in the Arrillaga Alumni Center. It is free and open to the public.
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BARBARA BABCOCK, the Judge John Crown Professor of Law, Emerita, talks about her new book on legal pioneer Clara Foltz . . .

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