12 hrs ago
Los Altos Hills, 1 BR/1 BA
Furnished room in nice home located near Stanford Business Park, the VA, Foothill College, the town of Los Altos.
16 hrs ago
Indian start-up set to revolutionise biopsy
By Shudip Talukdar, Bangalore, Dec 17 : The threat of a "silent" liver disease epidemic looms over India, with the problem compounded by the absence of safe, reliable and affordable diagnostics - especially biopsies.
20 hrs ago
's Kenneth Goodson elected to AAAS
Professor Kenneth E. Goodson, professor and chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science .
Nob Hilla s Stanford Court Hotel Announces Plans for a Cultural Transformation in 2014
Iconic San Francisco Hotel to Debut Exciting Enhancements Including Sleek New Lobby Design, Cocktail Program Featuring Local Purveyors, Installations by Bay Area Artists, and State-of-the-Art Tech Bar )-- Stanford Court , recently under new, independent management, today announced plans for the 393-room hotel, located atop San Francisco's famed Nob ... (more)
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Michael Perez heads QWERTY Education Services, Menlo Park's oldest tutoring service
QWERTY may be a term first coined in the 19th century but it was the 20th century notion that personal computers could be used as a powerful tool in helping kids with learning differences that's behind the company of the same name located in downtown Menlo Park.
North Coast Journal Weekly Politics
St. Joe's Gets Backup in Cancer Fight from Stanford
St. Joseph Hospital today announced that it will have some top-notch help in tackling cancer care, research, training and education.
HPC Advisory Council Announces Stanford High-Performance Computing...
The HPC Advisory Council, a leading organization for high-performance computing research, outreach and education, today announced the HPC Advisory Council Stanford High-Performance Computing Conference and Exascale Workshop on February 3-5, 2014 at Stanford, California.
Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer
Eugene Godsoe Uploads Excellent Cover Video of A Great Big World's Say Something
STANFORD, California, December 16. NOW that he's not fully focused on having an excellent international swimming summer, world silver medalist Eugene Godsoe is back with another music video on his YouTube account.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
The Campbell Reporter
Public service: Karyn Sinunu-Towery exemplifies the best
Thirty years ago Karyn Sinunu-Towery began her career at the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office and set out to make a difference in the community.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
LA Daily News
Why are taxpayers subsidizing college for the wealthy? Guest commentary
College costs have exploded in recent years, and California has been at ground zero.
admits 748 early applicants to the Class of 2018
The freshman class is beginning to take shape, with acceptance offers sent to high school students in 48 states and 36 countries.
Study: Why Exercise Might Be Better Than Meds
In a culture where we reach for the Tylenol bottle at the slightest hint of a headache, the concept that exercise can actually be a form of medicine is pretty foreign.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Contra Costa Times
Review: Chanticleer holiday show sublimely beautiful
And so once again we crawl into our Chanticleer cocoon, a place of stillness and spirit, as "A Chanticleer Christmas" begins its rollout across the Bay Area.
3-D printing creates product liability issues, Stanford scholar says
Associate Professor Nora Freeman Engstrom warns that in a world of 3-D printing, people may not be protected under traditional product liability law.
Palo Alto Weekly
Stanford is set to host numerous NCAA championships
Stanford has been named as the host site for the 2015 NCAA Championship in men's volleyball and women's water polo.
'There Is Neither Coast Nor Interior, Nor Border, Nor Breed, Nor Birth'
And it has been, to a remarkable degree, successful. Yet Hanson claims, from his perch in Hoover Tower, to speak not for those among whom he works--but rather to speak for the voiceless, who are not doing so well, and are being oppressed by... well, by Victor Davis Hanson, and his peers on the Left and Right Coasts.
Success In Science: It's Not Totally A Zero-Sum Game, You Know?
Here's a Stanford U. press release from 2009 that somehow strikes me as relevant to the current editorial in the New York Times about how white males are hogging all the science education, and to the subsequent debate over whether the only reason women seem to prefer biology and the other life sciences to physics and the other death sciences is ... (more)
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Contra Costa Times
Piedmont briefs: Camron-Stanford House offers holiday tours
Travel back in time to 1880s Oakland at Christmastime at Camron-Stanford House, the landmark 1876 Victorian house museum on the shores of Lake Merritt.
Mountain View Voice
A faster pay-off on short-term mortgages
The moment you sign the mortgage deed on your new home, the clock starts ticking.
Are America's students falling behind the world?
The standardized tests known as the Program for International Student Assessment are considered so important that when the latest results were released last week, the U.S. Department of Education participated in a so-called PISA Day.