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Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011

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Stanford submits plans for campus in New York City

Stanford this week is submitting its proposal to partner with New York City to build StanfordNYC, a world-class applied sciences and engineering campus that is expected to attract new talent and become a new hub of technological innovation and entrepreneurship in the United States.

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Software that models human motion travels to museum

In a new exhibit at The Leonardo, a science and technology museum in Salt Lake City, a team of Stanford engineers is demonstrating an open source software package called OpenSim that accurately models human movement.

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Tales of the crypt: A closer look at the Mausoleum

The Mausoleum was completed in 1889 and cost more than $100,000 (about $2.3 million today). A Stanford magazine story offers more facts about the Stanfords' final resting place, the scene of solemn remembrances and Halloween revelry.

Campus Announcements

  • Conference on the Constitution: The Stanford Constitutional Law Center will host a conference on The Constitution and the World, today and tomorrow Oct. 27-28. Scholars, many with experience in the State Department or other government posts, will address  a variety of topics. The event will be held in Paul Brest Hall, Munger Graduate Residences. Visit the Law School's website for more information.
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Stanford student athletes excel in 2011 NCAA Graduation Success Rate report . . .

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