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Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012

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Engineers create wireless, self-propelled medical device

Someday, your doctor may say, "Take two surgeons and call me in the morning," and you may have Ada Poon to thank. This week, the assistant professor of electrical engineering demonstrated a device tiny enough to move through blood vessels.

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Pueblo paintings collection showcased at Cantor Center

Memory and Markets: Pueblo Painting in the Early 20th Century celebrates the emergence of Native American painters in the modern art market, beginning in Santa Fe in the 1930s.  The exhibit, which opens today, will continue through May.


Senate agenda: conflicts of interest, freshman  year

Ann Arvin, dean of research, and Peter Michelson, chair of the Committee on Research, will present reports at Thursday's Faculty Senate meeting. Also, Judy Goldstein, chair of the Committee on Undergraduate Standards and Policy, will discuss proposed freshman requirements.

Campus Announcements

  • Book Giveaway: The university has launched a book giveaway program on the Stanford Facebook page, offering a chance to win a free book by a Stanford scholar. The first book is Infinite Reality by Jeremy Bailenson, associate professor of communication and director of the Virtual Human Interaction Lab. All you need to do is "Like" Stanford on the Book Giveaway Facebook page and complete a short entry form by March 9 for a chance to win Bailenson's book. More books will be given away in the coming weeks.
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