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Stanford, California is located in Santa Clara County. Zip codes in Stanford, CA include 94305, and 94309. The median home price in Stanford is $1,588,000 which is roughly $960/per square foot. More Stanford information.

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5 hrs ago | Stanford

research shows benefits of crystallization

Sometimes engineers invent something before they fully comprehend why it works. To understand the "why," they must often create new tools and techniques in a virtuous cycle that improves the original invention while also advancing basic scientific knowledge.

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5 hrs ago | Stanford

Profiles provides window into university's scholarly community

Now that Stanford Profiles is up and running - featuring more than 18,000 profiles of faculty, staff, graduate students and postdoctoral scholars - it's time for the university's academic and professional community to take the new website for a spin.

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11 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly

New trails spell bright future for Palo Alto runners

Stanford's proposed Perimeter Trail would offer runners and bikers better access along Stanford Avenue from El Camino Real to Junipero Serra Boulevard.

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18 hrs ago | RecordNET

Love story: Documentary chronicles the rise of a young councilman and ...

"I felt campaigning, asking for money, knocking on doors was hard enough," Tubbs said.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

Merced Sun-Star

US to train at Stanford ahead of World Cup

The Americans will start gathering there on May 14 and train at the Cagan Stadium soccer facility and Stanford Stadium, the university's football home.

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

US to train at Stanford ahead of World Cup

The Americans will start gathering there on May 14 and train at the Cagan Stadium soccer facility and Stanford Stadium, the university's football home.

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Tour outlines shared challenges to San Francisquito Creek watershed

Searsville Dam was the starting point for a recent tour of the San Francisquito Creek watershed for people interested in the future of the watershed.

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Patch.com

Facelift for Stanford's Memorial Auditorium; Cantor Arts Center Gets New Roof

BY KATHLEEN J. SULLIVAN/ STANFORD NEWS Crews are erecting scaffolding around three sides of Memorial Auditorium this month in preparation for a facelift of the 1938 building, including restoring its stucco, repairing its wooden windows and installing new copper gutters.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

The Press-Enterprise

Hemet High: Drive-through barbecue next week

Hemet High activity director Al Fernandes hopes a line of cars shows up for an April 25 drive-through barbecue, but not in the numbers that crowded streets near the school when he sold a surplus of student-raised Super Chickens nearly 25 years ago.

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Science Daily

Using video surveillance to measure peoples' hand washing habits

Use of video surveillance to better understand essential hygiene behavior has been pioneered by researchers.

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San Jose Mercury News

Travel: VeggieHotels for meat-free stays; Palm Springs Follies closing

Traveling vegetarians can have it tough when it comes to scoping out far-flung hotels and other lodgings whose kitchens are not meat-and-fish-centric.

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Pacific Sun

Los Altos Hills, 1 BR/1 BA

Furnished room in large home in Los Altos Hills located close to the Village of Los Altos, the VA, Stanford Business Park, and Foothill college.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Hyperallergic

Diagnosing Rodin's Grotesque Hands

Scanning Rodin's "Left Hand of Eustache de St. Pierre" French sculptor Auguste Rodin would frequently find his models out in the streets of Paris, drawn to hands and bodies gnarled by the often grueling nature of 19th century life and labor.

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SFGate

Brain nerve cells found to aid nerve growth

Farm workers cut grape vines last month near Shafter, Kern County. Photo: Brian Van Der Brug, McClatchy-Tribune News Service Activating nerve cells in the brain appears to trigger the formation of another type of cell that is responsible for building the insulating sheaths that make neural communication possible, according to Stanford scientists.

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EurekAlert!

Drought hormones measured

Stanford, CA-Floods and droughts are increasingly in the news, and climate experts say their frequency will only go up in the future.

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Diverse gene pool critical for tigers' survival, say Stanford scholars

New research by Stanford scholars shows that increasing genetic diversity among the 3,000 or so tigers left on the planet is the key to their survival as a species.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

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Gene variant puts women at higher risk of Alzheimer's than it does men, study finds

Michael Greicius and his team have found that women who carry a copy of a gene variant called ApoE4 have a substantially greater risk of developing Alzheimer's.

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Gene panel effectively screens dozens of genes for cancer-associated mutations, study finds

James Ford led a study that shows how multiple-gene panels can be a quick, low-cost screening method to look for a few gene variants known to be associated with specific cancers.

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research: Watching the hand washers

A new study used video to observe hand washing behavior to gain insights that could improve design, monitoring and evaluation of hygiene campaigns.

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Memeorandum

Are Iran and Israel Trading Places?

Are Iran and Israel Trading Places? - STANFORD, Calif. - Although the Israeli and Iranian governments have been virtually at war with each other for decades, the two countries have much in common.

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