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Feb 10 2014 | Stanford Report Fellow
In a new workshop at the Stanford Humanities Center, scholars from a range of disciplines explore how historical and cultural analysis offers crucial insight about our capitalist economy. Destin Jenkins is a 2010 CCSRE fellow.
Feb 6 2014 | Stanford Report Fellow
Stanford graduate students take human and animal brains into middle schools in Palo Alto and East Palo Alto. By Amy Adams Local middle school students learn hands-on about brains from Stanford neuroscience students.   On Monday, Feb. 3, Stanford neuroscience students Ivan Millan and Sammy...
Jan 29 2014 | Science Careers Fellow, Students
When, after completing my Ph.D. in immunology, I told colleagues and mentors that I had accepted a position as a Science & Technology (S&T) Policy Fellow at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)—publisher of Science Careers—the most common response was, "So, you're...
Jan 28 2014 | Stanford Report Fellow, Students
The brain activity of monkeys is recorded to improve brain-controlled prosthetic limbs. by Tom Abate, Stanford Report Katherine Cora Ames is a 2009 National Science Foundation - Regina Casper Stanford Graduate Fellow in neurosciences. 
Jan 9 2014 | Stanford Daily Students
PhD students campaign to open field school. by Kurt Chirbas, desk editor, Stanford Daily Lauren Oakes is a Lieberman Fellow and Aaron Strong is Stanford Graduate Fellow in Science and Engineering. Both are doctoral students in the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources.