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The Stanford Tissue Microarray Database is a public resource for disseminating annotated tissue images and associated expression data.
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Two recent studies showed some novel findings on the causes of autism and one of its symptoms.
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A new brain-imaging study could help explain why children with autism have difficulty with verbal communication: They may not get much pleasure from the human voice.
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Luhrmann, a psychological anthropologist at Stanford University, did years of research within the Vineyard movement and discovered a Christianity that was more therapeutic than theological.
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Connectloud Inc. , a software startup now in stealth mode, announced today that former Cisco Systems executive Zeeshan Naseh has been appointed as President and Chief Executive Officer.
STANFORD BOUND: Amelia Jenkinson has been sponsored by InspireNet to go to Silicon Valley and study at Stanford University on a scholarship.
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SOME children with autism have weak brain connections in regions that link speech with emotional rewards, possibly signalling a new pathway in treatment, researchers say.
Instructional assistant Jessica Reeder touches her nose to get Jacob Day, 3, who has autism, to focus his attention on her during a therapy session in April 2007.
Stanford University professor Anat Admati sat down with Book TV to discuss her book, "The Bankers' New Clothes."
Brain scans of children with ASD showing weak connections between voice-selective regions and reward pathways.
Billy Gallagher is a contributor for TechCrunch. He is currently the co-student body president at Stanford University, where he is on track to graduate with a bachelor's degree in economics in 2014.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has used his platform as Stanford University's commencement speaker to lobby for an immigration reform plan that allows foreign students to remain in the U.S. after they graduate.
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Chen Guancheng, the blind human-rights activist who arrived at New York University with such great fanfare last May, is now being shown the door.
Amid the government push for quality pre-school education, a visiting Stanford University professor has highlighted an international test showing the importance of this early-stage learning for Singapore students.