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With a win and a draw in Washington over the weekend, No. 5 @UCLAWSoccer  earned four points in the Pac-12 standings. The Bruins now sit two points out of first place, with a matchup against No. 9 Stanford up next.

Former Stanford admissions officer: "Well-rounded is not enough"—here's how to really stand out. (via @CNBCMakeIt )

The Seattle-based biotech originates in the lab of Mark Davis, Ph.D., director of the Stanford Institute for Immunology, Transplantation and Infection

Stanford found 13.8% of women, compared to 5.5% of men, reported feeling fatigued after Zoom calls, partly because of strain of seeing themselves. 1 in 10 women has become more interested in getting cosmetic work since the pandemic began.

Former Stanford admissions officer: "Well-rounded is not enough"—here's how to really stand out. (via @CNBCMakeIt )

Engineers at Stanford University created this expanding robot that is able to help with search and rescue missions

RT @retheauditors : Andreessen: "Our preferred method for cos to ipo is as "controlled" company," or not at all. $fb #StanfordDirCol2012  htt…

Stanford has joined about a dozen highly selective colleges and universities to offer digital college courses in an effort to reach high-school students in economically disadvantaged communities

ICYMI: Two Stanford professors — Dean Jonathan Levin and William Dally — were selected to serve on the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology. Read more:

Is a win against Stanford, a school with nine NCAA volleyball championships, especially satisfying? “Oh, gosh, yeah,” All-American setter Ella May Powell said after UW’s eighth consecutive victory Sunday.


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A couple of years ago, a study carried out by researchers at Stanford University revealed that since Mo Salah began playing for Liverpool, hate crimes in the Merseyside area dropped by 19% and anti-Muslim comments online reduced by 50% 📉

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Scientific evidence so far argues against renewed COVID restrictions on personal liberty.  Yes, by all means, read the science! Stanford Professors Explain | Brad Polumbo via @feeonline 

Stanford is not letting a student graduate because of political satire that offends a powerful organization dedicated to installing conservative judges? How is this taking any longer than 15 minutes for them to reverse and apologize?

NEW: I spoke with Nick Wallace, the student who is not allowed to graduate from Stanford Law next week because a top member of the school's Federalist Society chapter issued a formal complaint against him for making fun of FedSoc. @Slate 

A group of Stanford University economists estimates that there have been at least 30,000 coronavirus infections and 700 deaths as a result of 18 campaign rallies President Trump held between June and September.

So @YouTube  just took down a June 23 interview that Scott Atlas@SWAtlasHoover ) did with his employer, Stanford's @HooverInst , because it "contradicts the World Health Organization or local health authorities' medical information about COVID-19."

Here’s an excerpt from an article Kamala Harris’ dad, a Stanford professor named Donald Harris, published in Jamaica Global pointing out he—and Kamala—are descended from Hamilton Brown, a slaveowner who ran one of the largest plantations in Jamaica

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SCOOP: I obtained a whistleblower complaint about Stanford's COVID-19 study. Turns out JetBlue's founder, a critic of the economic shutdowns, helped fund it. And John Ioannidis and others allegedly ignored internal scientists' concerns about the test.

Folks, I live on campus at Stanford University. In my community, I'm surrounded by scientists and doctors. If I sound alarmed, it's because they are alarmed. The harm of moving faster as a nation is grossly outweighed by moving too slow. Right now, we are moving too slow.

I would add 2 top non-governmental medical & health experts to the coronavirus task force to provide the President & Vice President with additional expertise & a broader perspective from which to make decisions: Dr. David L. Katz of Yale and Dr. John P.A. Ioannidis of Stanford.