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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

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Scholar maps music used to control Holocaust prisoners

By mapping the melodies piped into Nazi concentration camps, German Studies doctoral student Melissa Kagen examines how music was used to control and torture Holocaust prisoners.

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Scientists observe lithium-sulfur batteries in action

A team of researchers at Stanford and SLAC is using X-ray technology to observe lithium-sulfur batteries in real time. Their findings could lead to improvements in this promising power source for electric vehicles.

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Shape up by stepping out: BeWell's guide to walking

The American College of Sports Medicine recommends a minimum of 30 minutes of walking or some type of moderate-intensity activity five days a week to promote and maintain health. Here's how to make walking work.

Campus Announcements

  • Campus meeting with PG&E: PG&E has scheduled an informational open house to discuss its gas line replacement project. The meeting is planned for July 23 at 5:30 p.m. in Paul Brest Hall in Munger Building 4. Members of the campus community are welcome to attend. For more information on the project, see the story published May 31 in Stanford Report.

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ASK MICHAEL SNYDER, director of the Stanford Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine, about genome sequencing and personal health . . .

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