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Stanford Report

July 24, 2012

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Interdisciplinary class yields seven highly refined chairs

A selection of seven seats of distinction, products of a spring course "The Chair," are currently on view in Cummings Art Building. Goldilocks would be hard-pressed to find fault with any of them, as they were created by a group of advanced product design students.

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Six undergrads, dozens of alums headed to Olympics

Thirty-seven Stanford athletes will compete in the London Olympic Games, competing in sports from rowing to wrestling. Especially excited are the undergraduates who will play for their countries. Gymnast Kristina Vaculik, left, will compete for Canada.

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Scientists use microbes to make 'clean' methane

Post-doctoral fellow Svenja Lohner, left, and Professor Alfred Spormann are among the researchers hoping to solve one of the biggest challenges for large-scale renewable energy: What to do with surplus electricity generated by wind farms and photovoltaic power stations.

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Libraries' exhibition celebrates the ART OF HAND BOOKBINDING . . .

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