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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

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Quake-Catcher Network detected Monday's tremor

The Quake-Catcher Network detected the shaking of Monday's 5:33 a.m. earthquake in less time than it took the motion to travel through the ground from the epicenter in the East Bay town of El Cerrito to the Stanford campus.

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Searsville Dam committee examining complex issues

The steering committee studying the future of Searsville Dam and Reservoir is preparing to engage consultants, while continuing discussions with local organizations and residents, as it sorts out the issues governing the dam's fate.

Photo: Ariel Shot of Fukushima, Japan

Silicon Valley poised to help Japan rethink power sector

As cities and towns rebuild after last year's tsunami and earthquake in Japan, there is a potentially huge demand for the green technology and new information technology being created in labs at Stanford and startups in Silicon Valley.

Campus Announcements

  • The Stanford Employee Insider:  Keep your eyes open today for the inaugural issue of The Stanford Employee Insider, an interactive, digital newsletter designed for current employees. Published by University Human Resources (UHR), the newsletter, which will be emailed quarterly and also posted online, is dedicated to providing Stanford faculty and staff with news and information about their workplace in a consolidated, visually appealing format. Visit the UHR Newsroom for more information.

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MEN'S SWIMMING AND DIVING TEAM wins its 31st straight conference title . . .

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