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Cedar Rapids pursues three-year traffic stop analysis

The Gazette Cedar Rapids 12 May 2021
A Cedar Rapids police car. (Gazette file photo) ... Researchers with Stanford University’s Open Policing Project, which reviewed data of nearly 100 million traffic stops across the United States, found that Black drivers were about 20 percent more likely to be stopped than white drivers relative to their share of a municipality’s residential population.
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Research suggests city people get health boost from nature

Beijing News 11 May 2021
"Over the past year of shelter-in-place restrictions, we've learned how valuable and fulfilling it can be to spend time outdoors in nature, especially for city-dwellers," said study lead author Roy Remme, a postdoctoral researcher at the Stanford Natural Capital Project at the time of research.
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Here's how city people get health boost from nature

Hindustan Times 11 May 2021
"Over the past year of shelter-in-place restrictions, we've learned how valuable and fulfilling it can be to spend time outdoors in nature, especially for city-dwellers," said study lead author Roy Remme, a postdoctoral researcher at the Stanford Natural Capital Project at the time of research.
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Pac-12 football outlook: Post-spring projections for the 2021 division races (shakeup atop the North)

The Oregonian 11 May 2021
Previous projections, from our January breakdown, are noted ... Stanford (previous ... For now, Stanford seems like the safest pick ... The Bruins are one of two teams still winding through spring practice — Stanford is the other — and we reserve the right to update this projection if developments dictate.
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Forget about bank loans – with the Student Coin Crypto Ecosystem

Cryptoslate 11 May 2021
We all know the struggles with traditional banks. Most of the time, you need to provide imprest and variable interest rates. You have to wait for different kinds of approvals, and it’s a pretty laborious process ... What is Student Coin? ... No wonder why over 500 universities worldwide support this project, including Harvard and Stanford ... Disclaimer ... ....
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Pac-12 football outlook: Our post-spring projections for the 2021 division races (shakeup atop the North)

Santa Cruz Sentinel 10 May 2021
Previous projections, from our January breakdown, are noted ... Stanford (previous ... For now, Stanford seems like the safest pick ... The Bruins are one of two teams still winding through spring practice — Stanford is the other — and we reserve the right to update this projection if developments dictate.
photo: AP / Jae C. Hong
FILE - In this Thursday, March 14, 2019 file photo, Tesla CEO Elon Musk speaks before unveiling the Model Y at the company's design studio in Hawthorne, Calif.
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Elon Musk’s Tesla Cybertruck spotted in ultra-rare footage on NYC streets ‘breaking the law’

The Sun 10 May 2021
TESLA has shared rare footage of its hulking Cybertruck patrolling the streets of New York City ... 3 ... 3 ... Cybertruck has none ... 3 ... Who is Elon Musk? ... in applied physics and material science at Stanford University - but left the programme after just two days to pursue other projects ... He's also working on a human brain chip project called Neuralink ... .
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Experts talk Facebook Oversight Board, Trump suspension in Stanford Cyber Policy Center panel

Stanford Daily 07 May 2021
... discussion hosted by Stanford’s Cyber Policy Center ... Stanford Law professor Nathaniel Persily, who helped establish the Stanford-MIT Healthy Elections Project, also asked panelists about the extent to which company interests factor into Facebook’s content moderation decisions.
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Carta to become ASSU organization, UGS says

Stanford Daily 07 May 2021
Senators passed a resolution to make Carta a joint service project of the Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU), allowing it to operate as a part of the ASSU budget instead of independently applying for funding, at their weekly meeting.
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Letter: Now is the time to ask what you can do to end racism and ...

Wooster Daily Record 07 May 2021
The Stanford Open Policing Project reports. Blacks are 20% more likely to be stopped by police and 1.5 – 2x more likely to be searched. The Washington Post cites. Blacks are killed at a rate 2x that of White Americans. The National Academy of Sciences notes. 1 in every 1,000 Black men in America can expect to be killed by police ... News ... If we ask.
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Improving Grid Reliability in the Face of Extreme Events

Technology Org 07 May 2021
“Exascale grid modeling was an ideal candidate application, our sponsors agreed, and we got started with the ExaGO project.”. ExaGO is being developed by PNNL under the ExaSGD project, which involves five national laboratories and Stanford University and is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science Exascale Computing Project.
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Sanofi establishes three-year collaboration with Stanford Medicine to accelerate immunology research

Pharmiweb 06 May 2021
Sanofi establishes three-year collaboration with Stanford Medicine to accelerate immunology research.   Projects led by collaborating researchers from the two organizations will focus on autoimmune diseases and inflammatory conditions ... Sanofi and Stanford Medicine will create a Joint Steering Committee to fund up to three programs a year.
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Northeast Ohio Congress members seek big money for local projects through earmarks

Cleveland 06 May 2021
The three projects that Holmes County Republican Rep ... Fairview Park Woodstock/Stanford Regional Sewer Remediation Environmental Improvement Project ... The city of Fairview Park has requested funding for the completion of the Woodstock/Stanford Regional Sewer Remediation Environmental Improvement Project.
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New playground, pavilion coming to Navarre park

Canton Repository 05 May 2021
The state of the playground and safety for the kids using the equipment has brought together Y and village officials, Western Stark County YMCA CEO Jim Stanford said. "This is the village's project ... After a staff member began pulling together funds to address the playground, Stanford said, a committee was formed to facilitate the project.
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Ann Arbor police oversight commission wants to study potential racial bias in traffic stops

Michigan Live 05 May 2021
“Over 24 million people each year come in contact with police during a traffic stop, according to the Department of Justice, and the Stanford Open Policing Project shows that traffic stops are especially dangerous and discriminatory for people of color,” she said.
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