Famed Stanford Geneticist Charles Yanofsky Dies At 92Retired Stanford researcher Charles Yanofsky, one the world’s most influential geneticists, had died at the age of 92, the university announced Friday.
Stanford Researchers Using 21st Technology To Unlock Ancient MysteryAt Stanford's Accelerator Laboratory, researchers generally spend their days trying to unlock the mysteries of sub-atomic particles not ancient Greek manuscripts.
Former Stanford, 49ers Player Detained After Threat To Los Angeles Prep SchoolA law enforcement official says former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post referencing a private prep school.
Professor Leading Persky Recall Sent Rape Threat, Suspicious PowderAuthorities on the Stanford campus are investigating an unknown white substance that was sent to a law school faculty member at the Neukom Building Wednesday.
The Par 5 Show Takes You Inside The Ropes At Pebble BeachHalf of the world's top 10 golfers played the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AM over the weekend. All of them made cut besides Rory McIlory who entered the event for the first time in his career. Phil Mickelson is no longer a top 10 golfer, but the 47-year-old made a spirited run on his final three holes and finished second to the eventual champion Ted Potter, Jr. 
Newborn Baby Girl First In Western U.S. To Undergo Bloodless Open-Heart SurgeryPhysicians at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford have performed open-heart surgery without a blood transfusion for the smallest infant ever to undergo such a procedure in North America.
Stanford's Annual Kissing Tradition Toned Down In Wake Of '#MeToo'When students at Stanford gather for a traditional on-campus make-out session Wednesday evening, the event will have a different mood with the raised awareness about sexual harassment.
Stanford Launches Investigations Of Possible Drugging At Frat PartyStanford officials have launched two investigations into the possible drugging of five members of a sorority and two members of the university's men's rowing team at a weekend fraternity party.
Drones Delivering Blood To Hospitals Need FAA Approval To Take OffThere's a new concept being pursued by Stanford Medical Center that needs FAA approval to get off the ground.
Stanford's Ledecky Earns AP Female Athlete Of The Year HonorsLedecky is the eighth female swimmer to win and the first since Amy Van Dyken in 1996.
Stanford's 17-Year Run In AP Women's Hoops Poll Ends
Reid Scores 29 Points In Stanford's 71-59 Win Over The DonsReid Travis matched his career-high with 29 points and had eight rebounds in helping Stanford win its third in four games, beating San Francisco 71-59 on Sunday.

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