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Bridging the innovation gap: From Latvia to Silicon Valley

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How does innovation become part of local culture? Latvian Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis, left, spoke at the Graduate School of Business on Friday about the future of technological and entrepreneurial collaboration between Latvia and Silicon Valley.

Internet smear campaign nearly destroys Stanford grad

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To Koreans, he was known as Tablo, a chart-topping rapper and one of Korea's biggest celebrities. Then his career was in tatters. The reason? Hundreds of thousands of Koreans refused to believe that Daniel Lee, far left, had graduated from Stanford.

A simple change in phrasing can increase voter turnout

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In a paper published this week, researchers found that people are more likely to vote if a subtle change in the wording of a few questions makes them focus on themselves as a voter rather than voting as a task. Psychology researcher Christopher Bryan is lead author of the study.

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