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 Nov. 2, 2012

When millionaires migrate, it's not because of tax rates

Anti-tax advocates argue that millionaires will flee from states that raise taxes on their highest earners. But a study by Stanford and Princeton researchers shows no evidence of millionaire migration in response to recent tax rate changes.

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Researchers use synthetic magnetism to control light

Magnetically speaking, photons are the mavericks of the engineering world. Lacking electrical charge, they are free to run even in the most intense magnetic fields. But all that may soon change. Researchers say they have created a device that tames the flow of photons.

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Stanford students in D. C. get taste of hands-on democracy

Instead of just watching election unfold, students enrolled in the Stanford in Washington program will be participating more actively in the democratic process – live-blogging election-night results and answering voters' questions.

Campus Announcements

  • Faculty Senate minutes: The minutes of the Oct. 25 meeting of the Faculty Senate are now online. The meeting was devoted to a panel discussion and question-and-answer period on online learning. The full text of the discussion is available at this link.
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