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Unusual watchdog: Doctor finds spinal product harmful

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Eugene Carragee, editor-in-chief of The Spine Journal and professor of orthopedic surgery at Stanford, has spotlighted how researchers who received millions of dollars from the maker of a spinal fusion product did not report serious side-effects, such as male sterility, in their studies.

Richard Randell, known as 'a very cool professor,' dies at 81

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Richard Randell, a former Stanford professor and nationally known artist and sculptor, died of lung cancer at his home in Sonoma County on May 25. Randell, who was known for his large-scale contemporary sculptures, also worked on African-language video projects for students.

Stanford faculty collaborate to improve online education

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Professors are building new software to simplify lecture recording, host course material online, spark discussion among students and teachers and share Stanford courses. Others, such as computer science Professor Daphne Koller, left, are testing the new tools in the classroom.

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  • Correction: FabLab@School, a digital fabrication lab for high school students developed in a partnership between Stanford researchers and Russian educators, is located in Moscow, not St. Petersburg, as initially reported in Tuesday's Dish.
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