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Stanford Report

May 22, 2012

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Bioengineers create digital data storage in DNA

After three years of work, bioengineers have devised a method for repeatedly encoding, storing and erasing digital data within the DNA of living cells using their "recombinase addressable data" module, or RAD for short.

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50 years of Stanford video game ingenuity recounted

In its current issue, Stanford Magazine looks at how faculty, students and alumni have contributed to the video games industry. Among the alumni profiled are Trip Hawkins, founder of Electronic Arts, and Soren Johnson, designer for Civilization III and IV.

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Pathologist Heinz Furthmayr dies at 70 during Nepal trip

Heinz Furthmayr, an emeritus professor of pathology, died while in Nepal at age 70. He was a clinical and experimental pathologist who advanced understanding of the organization of the body's connective tissue.

Campus Announcements

  • Institutional Research move: Institutional Research and Decision Support (IR&DS) has moved to Littlefield. IR&DS is the office that supports the use of institutional data, analysis and research for decision-making. The new location allows the once widely dispersed staff to come together under one roof. Visit the IR&DS website for more information.
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FROST AMPHITHEATER came alive again last weekend with back-to-back days of entertainment. . .

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