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Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012

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Physicists take step toward quantum cryptography

Stanford physicists have demonstrated a first step in creating a quantum telecommunications device that could be built and implemented using existing infrastructure. It raises the possibility of an uncrackable cryptography system.

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'Remote control' developed for proteins inside of cells

Scientists led by Michael Lin, assistant professor of pediatrics and of bioengineering, have developed an intracellular remote control: a simple way to activate and track proteins, the busiest of cellular machines, using beams of light.

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School of Education course tackles digital learning

An ambitious course called Education's Digital Future is bringing School of Education students and faculty together with education, government and technology professionals to discuss the future of learning.

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  • Last day for Open Enrollment: Today is the last day to change medical plans, add or drop eligible dependents from coverage and re-elect a Flexible Spending Account or Health Savings Account. Visit the website.
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A dedicated daughter and a fellow literary scholar are bringing the late DIANE MIDDLEBROOK's unfinished manuscript about Ovid to light . . .

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