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Stanford

Sir Charles (Villiers). 1852--1924, Anglo-Irish composer and conductor, who as a teacher at the Royal College of Music had much influence on the succeeding generation of composers: noted esp for his church music, oratorios, and cantatas
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The Bruins already exorcised their Washington State demons during a trip to Martin Stadium earlier this month, and next on the list is the surprising Cardinal today at Stanford Stadium.
The Stanford RI committee is tackling issues on campus, and recently placed an editorial entitled "Think Global, Act Local: Sustainability at Stanford" in The Stanford Daily.
Stanford drew up plans for a French chateau, but then he had to go out of town and handed the project over to Joseph Wells, who took it only on condition that he have a free hand.
Such scenes occur with surprising frequency, according to Stanford and his coworkers, who include famed Gombe chimp researcher Jane Goodall.
Stanford University Medical Center integrates research, medical education and patient care at its three institutions -- Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford Hospital & Clinics and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford.
She's the most experienced player in the country,'' Stanford coach John Dunning said.
Other researchers at Stanford and elsewhere are working with the more controversial embryonic stem cells.
What Stanford couldn't do to the Trojans was knock the swagger out of them.
Receiving such a large number of these grants highlights the excellence of the research taking place at Stanford," said Roel Nusse, PhD, professor of developmental biology and chair of the research subcommittee of Stanford's Program in Regenerative Medicine.
It's pretty nice to play Stanford when it means something,'' USC coach Chris Gobrecht said.
Gary Schoolnik, MD, Stanford professor of medicine and of microbiology and immunology, will lead a team of scientists at Stanford, the Broad Institute at MIT and the Harvard School of Public Health in gathering information on the genes that enable the tuberculosis bacteria to persist in the body, quietly primed for action.
USC seemingly stole a match at Stanford last month, and sixth-ranked Stanford rallied to do the same Saturday.