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Thursday, March 1, 2012

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Google Waltz Lab spins creative learning in new way

It's Monday night, and for Acata Felton that means one thing: dancing the night away at the Google Waltz Lab. The lab, which involves online contributors worldwide, is a partnership between Google and Stanford dance lecturer Richard Powers.

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Straub, Hecker explain U.S., North Korea nuclear deal

North Korea's deal with the U.S. that will allow nuclear inspectors into the isolated dictatorship and deliver much-needed aid to the impoverished nation is welcome diplomatic news. Experts David Straub and Siegfried Hecker discuss the deal.

Sea turtle hatchling in ocean.

Sea turtles surf an ocean highway to safer habitat

New research using computer simulations suggests strong currents off the coast of Costa Rica may help whisk newborn leatherback turtles to a safer habitat in deep water. The research was conducted by the Center for Ocean Solutions in Monterey.

Campus Announcements

  • Amy Blue Award nominations sought: The Amy J. Blue Awards honor staff members who are exceptionally effective, supportive of colleagues and passionate about their work. The awards are presented to three staff members each year. Nominations must be received by midnight Wednesday, March 21. For details, visit the award website.
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