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Bob Sutton: The Working Life (HBS) leadership, management, organizations, psychology, research More
Bob Sutton: Work Matters business, leadership, management, organizations, psychology, research More
Clastic Detritus academic life, earth science, environment, geology, graduate student, research, science

Clastic Detritus is the blog of a nearly-completed PhD student in Stanford's School of Earth Sciences. The content is mostly about the author's research interests, earth science in the news, with some posts about finishing a dissertation and general academic life as a graduate student.

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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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Ed Finn humanities, literature, media, research

Ed Finn is a grad student in the Stanford English program interested in contemporary literature and new media. His academic blog covers his work in progress, events at Stanford and other items of literary interest.

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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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Folding@home computer simulation, distributed computing, Folding@home, GPU, multidisciplinary, protein folding, PS3, research, science, technology, Vijay Pande

A blog all about Folding@home, from its Director, Prof. Vijay Pande

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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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Got Gender? feminism, gender, girls, research, science, women

Michelle Cale writes on feminist, women's and gender issues at her personal blog http://gotgender.blogspot.com. Michelle works at the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, and has a background in women's history and British family law.

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Green Library Information Center Blog academics, information center, library, research

IC blog provides insights on new library resources, research tools, new and valuable collections of interest, news that affects academic research and offers a way for Stanford community to communicate with librarians.

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Hemoblogin blood donation, health, research

Follow the adventures of Scarlett O'Negative as she frequents local sites and eateries. Watch out for her subtle trivia contests. You’ll also find profiles of Stanford Blood Center employees, wonderfully irreverent and informative posts about blood banking, entries about our Café Scientifique lecture program, and guest bloggers.

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Huffington Post: Robert Sutton leadership, management, organizations, psychology, research More
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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Lessig Blog copyright, corruption, law, policy, research More
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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Scope biomedicine, health, medicine, policy, research, science

Scope aims to provide high-quality, timely conversations about biomedical research and health-care policy. Thirteen members of the medical school's communications staff, who together have more than 150 years of science-writing experience, will contribute to Scope.

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Simon Jackman's Blog data, elections, graphs, politics, polling, research, statistics

Professor Simon Jackman from the Department of Political Science blogs on observations from the intersection of politics, statistics, computing and even a dash of graphic design. An expert on statistical methods and data analysis in the social sciences, Jackman routinely blogs on polls, sampling and electoral matters.

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SL Creativity humanities, multidisciplinary, research, technology, virtual worlds

This blog takes on the metaverse from an interest that lies in the intersection between humans and technology. I document my own research in virtual worlds as well as events we host at the Stanford Humanities Lab.

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Smart Energy Show energy, environment, podcast, research, science, video

Smart Energy: Technologies and ideas to power the world safely and efficiently.

How do we meet this rising demand without inflicting permanent damage to the fragile environment that supports our life on earth? What’s the latest science? What should governments do? What can individuals do? Smart Energy answers these questions through interviews with the Who’s Who in the energy world: the world’s leading scientists and engineers, investors and policy makers.

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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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