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Colombia, a biodiversity hotspot, holds lessons for other countries trying to balance development with conservation

Phys Dot Org 06 Feb 2023
"We were surprised to see that biodiversity is governed by policies that aim to do many other things, such as alleviating poverty and ending civil conflicts," said lead author Alejandra Echeverri, a postdoctoral researcher at the Stanford Natural Capital Project ... Provided by Stanford University.
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People with disabilities take to the sky

Technology Org 05 Feb 2023
Cooper, a master’s student in the aeronautical and astronautical engineering program at Stanford University, first experienced zero gravity in October 2021 with an organization that takes people with physical disabilities into space ... , a project of the , an organization that ...
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TikTok: how the west has turned on gen Z’s favourite app

The Observer 05 Feb 2023
Both the data privacy and content manipulation threats cited by politicians currently lack convincing evidence, says Graham Webster, research scholar and editor in chief of the DigiChina Project at the Stanford University Cyber Policy Center in California ... The $1.5bn Project Texas ...
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A few Dolphins prospects to watch in Senior Bowl

The Mercury News 03 Feb 2023
It’d be a bit of a surprise if the Dolphins drafted Georgia running back Kenny McIntosh, the former University School standout, because he’s projected as a second-round pick, no worse than third round ... Stanford cornerback Kyu Blu Kelly has also had a good week, especially when it comes to aggression.
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January recap: Here’s what you need to know from the Undergraduate Senate

Stanford Daily 03 Feb 2023
Senators noted that many students entering Stanford have varying degrees of experience in these subjects, particularly influenced by the resource level of their high schools ... Funding ... This funding went to a variety of different groups, ranging from a Motorized Couch Project for the Stanford Moonshot Club to additional funding for Club Water Polo ... .
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Chinese vessels stalk PH ship

The Manila Times 02 Feb 2023
After an hour, the Bonifacio adjusted its course to the west, "perhaps to avoid" Chinese maritime militia ship Qiong Sansha Yu 00001 which came within 8 kilometers of the Philippine ship, said Powell who heads the Project Myoushu Team of Stanford University's Gordian Knot Center for National Security Innovation ... At 11 p.m ... ....
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Stanford University vs University of California, Berkeley (Psychology): Check departments, admission process, scholarships and more

Indian Express 01 Feb 2023
You can read the stories here.) Website Stanford University ... berkeley.edu Psychology Department Stanford University.\u00a0 \u2014 Undergraduate Minor \u2014 Departmental Honours \u2014 PhD Minor \u2014 Joint degree Stanford\u2019s Department of Psychology is known for conducting impactful research projects.
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Gripping like geckos: Stanford lab develops the world’s “stickiest non-sticky” material

Stanford Daily 01 Feb 2023
Stanford’s gecko adhesive development project started in the mid-2000s after the United States Department of Defense’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) issued a challenge to devise a way for robots to climb walls vertically without suction, Chen said ... Contact Sarayu at smpai918 ‘at’ stanford.edu.
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Parliament of World Religions remembers Gandhiji on Martyr’s Day

News India Times 31 Jan 2023
The Parliament of the World’s Religions based in Chicago, announced a virtual event which was held Saturday morning, January 21, 2023, organized by the Global Peace Secretariat and the World House Project at Stanford University entitled, ‘In Conversations with’ on the ...
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Why do people keep calling Rishi Sunak a “safe pair of hands”?

New Statesman 31 Jan 2023
He is a man who projects the eternal sunshine of the spotless CV – head boy at Winchester, a first from Oxford, Stanford MBA, Goldman Sachs – and the tech utopianism of 2000s Silicon Valley ... now projects the hard-boiled competence and sense of control Sunak is striving for.
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UCLA, Stanford students design prototypes to tackle dementia-related challenges

Daily Bruin 30 Jan 2023
In a joint effort, three groups of UCLA and Stanford students participating in the Japan-America Innovators of Medicine program have prototyped various medical devices to tackle challenges associated with dementia ... Chang is a project leader of Stanford Health Innovations in Future Technologies and a logistical support staff member for JAIM.
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Faculty Senate debates Elimination of Harmful Language Initiative, academic freedom

Stanford Daily 30 Jan 2023
The EHLI, a set of guidelines that identified and suggested alternatives to terms used in IT that the group identified as discriminatory, drew widespread backlash after the Wall Street Journal editorial board took aim at the project. The list was taken down by Stanford in early January.
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Worldwide Cancer Immunotherapy Industry to 2033 - Featuring Novartis, Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Genentech Among Others ...

Eagle-Tribune 30 Jan 2023
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 30, 2023-- ... Rise in funds for the development of innovative therapies is expected to propel the market growth during the projected period ... National Cancer Institute and Cancer Research UK's Cancer Grand Challenges project provided USD 13 million in funding to a team of Stanford scientists in June 2022 ... Market Segmentation.
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Research helps IIT-M faculty to be start-up co-founders

Business Line 29 Jan 2023
Mahalingam holds a bachelor’s in civil engineering from IIT Madras and a master’s in construction engineering and management from Stanford University, where he later pursued his PhD in infrastructure project management ....
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TikTok’s new defense in Washington: Going on offense

The Spokesman-Review 29 Jan 2023
Under the proposal, called Project Texas, TikTok would remain owned by ByteDance ... “The issue has become public in a way that they can’t ignore,” said Graham Webster, the editor-in-chief of the DigiChina Project at the Stanford University Cyber Policy Center.

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