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Arcade - A Digital Salon arts, culture, humanities, literature, politics

Arcade is a place for readers and writers interested in literature, the humanities, and the world. We aim to publish a broad range of the most exciting research in the humanities, from the accessible to the esoteric, across languages, historical periods, and generations.

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Cross~Sections art, art conservator, artists, conservation, material science, museum, painting, preservation, prints, restoration, science, sculpture

The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford is interested in starting a conservation science program at the museum. This blog will provide a behind-the-scenes look at the conservation work and science projects pursued at the Cantor Arts Center Conservation Lab.

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CS377W: Creating Engaging Facebook Apps (StanFan.org) blog, class, cs, facebook, technology

The class website and blog for the Stanford Facebook class on building engaging Facebook apps using metrics and learning! Stay tuned for insights and updates from the class!

Dan Ackerman Greenberg
Head TA, CS377W

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d.school news design, innovation, multidisciplinary, research, teaching

Latest news from the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford.

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Dual-Careers in Academia academia, careers, clayman institute, dual-careers, faculty

This blog, hosted by the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, encourages sharing of experiences, successes and failures, observations, comments and questions around the issue of dual-career academic hiring. The Clayman Institute published a major research study on dual-careers in academia in August 2008, available from http://gender.stanford.edu

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Environmental and Energy Insights climate, energy, environment, law, Law School, policy

At Environment & Energy Insights, you will find a new post on our blog at least every two weeks that will address a topic of immediate relevance to environmental lawyers and policymakers. The authors include Meg Caldwell, Deborah Sivas, Buzz Thompson, and Michael Wara, all faculty members of Stanford’s Environmental & Natural Resources Law & Policy Program. For the latest news about our program, please see our most recent e-newsletter: http://enews.law.stanford.edu/

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Evidence-Based Management business, management, organizations, research

About the Evidence-Based Management Site
Professors Jeffrey Pfeffer and Robert I. Sutton, Stanford University

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FSI In The World arms control, asia, asia-pacific, democracy, democratization, development, global, health, health policy, international, international policy, medicine, multidisciplinary, policy, politics, research, security

FSI In The World is a new blog about FSI scholars' activities "in the world," whether it's monitoring elections overseas, advising policymakers in Washington DC, doing field research, or reaching out through online technology.

A small group of FSI thought leaders will be posting content initial content... Check back for updates from our experts on peace and security, democracy and development, justice and human rights, global health, food security and the environment, energy, and diplomatic affairs.

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Gender News clayman institute, feminism, feminst, gender, gender equality, gender research, gender revolution, women, women at work, worklife

The Clayman Institute publishes and disseminates research to affect change and engage communities nationally and internationally. The Institute’s Gender News service features the latest research from Stanford to influence public debate.

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IRiSS Eye on the World anthropology, communication, data, economics, interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, political science, psychology, research, social science, sociology

The Institute for Research in the Social Science's blog for sharing news, events, announcements, and innovations in the field of Social Science research.

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Methods of Analysis Program analysis, data, research, social science, statistics

The Methods of Analysis Program in the Social Sciences (MAPSS) is intended to enhance the quality and vitality of empirical scientific research done by students and faculty throughout the social sciences at Stanford. We use the blog to post latest lectures, talks, and news from organizations like AAPOR.

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Open Ocean climate change, climate change adaptation, fisheries management, land-sea interface, marine spatial planning, ocean acidification, oceans, Pacific Ocean health, sea level rise

The Center for Ocean Solutions: Our mission is to develop, synthesize, and catalyze understanding and new tools, to use them to solve major problems facing the oceans, and to prepare the leaders who take on these challenges.

We focus on key initiatives including climate change, the land-sea interface, marine spatial planning and the health of the Pacific Ocean. We also train leaders and future leaders in marine and coastal management in area such as fisheries management and adaptation for coastal areas to climate change.

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Philosophy Talk: The Blog humanities, media, philosophy, radio

Philosophy Talk: The Blog is a companion blog to the radio program Philosophy talk, hosted by John Perry and Ken Taylor. Though Perry and Taylor will be the major bloggers here, we will also feature a continuous stream of guest bloggers. In addition, you can experience the wit and wisdom of our sixty-second philosopher Ian Shoals and the insight of that astute and wide ranging observer of the created universe, Amy Standen, the our Roving Philosophical Reporter.

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Returning and non-traditional student group leaving and returning

A supportive group composed of students and staff created to help students who have been away reintegrate themselves into the student community. Students who have been away from Stanford one year or longer and for any reason are encouraged to join. Monthly gatherings over good meals with invited speakers, advice, and a safe forum to connect with other bright and talented students who have discovered different paths towards success.

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Returning and non-traditional student group leaving and returning

A supportive group composed of students and staff created to help students who have been away reintegrate themselves into the student community. Students who have been away from Stanford one year or longer and for any reason are encouraged to join. Monthly gatherings over good meals with invited speakers, advice, and a safe forum to connect with other bright and talented students who have discovered different paths towards success.

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Stanford Humanities Lab art, culture, humanities, media, multidisciplinary, research, technology

SHL, the Stanford Humanities Lab, is a Center for Transdiciplinary/Post-Disciplinary Study. We discover fascinating futures to be explored in ignoring and crossing disciplinary borders.

With new developments in areas such as biotech, digital culture, global society, SHL believes that some crucial questions — about what it is to be human, about experience in a connected world, about the boundaries of culture and nature — transcend the old divisions between the arts, sciences and humanities, between the academy, industry and the cultural sphere.

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Stanford InfoBlog databases, infolab, information, research, science, search, technology, web

The Stanford InfoBlog discusses research issues related to the Stanford InfoLab. The Stanford InfoLab is a group within Computer Science headed by Prof. Hector Garcia-Molina and Prof. Jennifer Widom studying databases, information management, and the web.

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Stanford Mobisocial Laboratory Mobile computing, Mobile Phones, Social computing

The blog of the Mobisocial laboratory in Stanford Computer Science.

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Stanford Racing Team Race Log autos, car, darpa, research, robots, science, technology, urban challenge

The Stanford Racing Team's race log from the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge.

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