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Global warming could alter U.S. premium wine industry

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The amount of high-value Northern California land suitable for growing premium wine grapes could be cut in half by 2040 because of global warming, researchers say. Noah Diffenbaugh, left, an assistant professor of environmental Earth system science, is co-author of two studies on the topic.

Development economist Gerald M. Meier dies at 88

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Gerald M. Meier, professor emeritus at the Graduate School of Business, died at his Stanford home last week. Meier's 1964 text, Leading Issues in Economic Development, now in its eighth edition, has been translated into seven languages and is taught in classrooms around the globe.

Knight Fellows share visions for re-engineering journalism

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The 2011 Knight Fellows recently gave the first public glimpses of their work in pursuit of journalistic innovations; videos of the short talks are now online. Dan Archer, left, has created a digital comics platform that allows readers to explore news stories in innovative, interactive ways.

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