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  Stanford Law grad among seven killed in Iraq chopper crash  37-year-old fire marshal Christopher 'Tripp' Zanetis was an associate in Debevoise & Plimpton's Litigation Department Mirzakhani, Stanford professor and mathematician, dies  Maryam Mirzakhani is the recipient of the 2014 Fields Medal, the top honor in mathematics. She is the first woman in the prize’s 80-year history Muslim student attacked for wearing hijab in Stanford Athletics ad Stanford new president: neuroscience pioneer Marc Tessier-Lavigne  Stanford University on Thursday named a neuroscientist with stellar research and biotech credentials to be its 11th president Stanford University president to step down  John L. Hennessy, who established the University as a center of innovation, will be stepping down after 15 years as the head of the campus   Moerner, professor at Stanford, shares Nobel in Chemistry


March 2018 ... more > Top ^
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year 2017 Top ^

Jul.15


year 2016 Top ^

Nov.7  Physicist Persis Drell named new provost at Stanford
Sep.13
Jul.12  Mall docks robot cops after kid hit
Apr.28  Stanford ranks No. 1 in state in crime per student, UC Berkeley No. 2
Apr.22  UC Berkeley grad, two Stanford students win $250,000 fellowships
Mar.17  Rare transplant procedure saves two women's lives
Feb.23  Stanford taps Nike's Phil Knight for $400 million gift
Feb.4


year 2015 Top ^

Oct.3  Stanford ranked third best university in global ranking
Sep.29  Stanford, Berkeley researchers win MacArthur 'genius grants'
Sep.7  Toyota to invest $50M in car-tech research at Stanford, MIT
Jun.11
Mar.28  Unusually high number of students suspected of cheating


year 2014 Top ^

Oct.8
  William Moerner won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing new methods that let microscopes see finer details than they could before
Oct.1 Renowned physicist, Nobel laureate Martin Perl dies Sep.16  Stanford professor wins MacArthur grant for her study of biases Aug.28  Stanford law professor Cuellar confirmed to California Supreme Court Aug.7  Stanford University’s endowment haul: $18.7 billion Jun.26  Crews fight fire at Stanford linear accelerator Jun.2  Stanford University professor arrested at LAX for grenade May.1 Stanford Hospital introduces 3D breast screening. 94304

year 2013 Top ^

Nov.8  Stanford mourning death of professor Clifford Nass Oct.9   Stanford professor wins Nobel Prize in chemistry
  Michael Levitt is a professor and chair of Department of Structural Biology. He shares the prize with professors from USC and Harvard
Oct.7   Bay Area professors win Nobel Prize in medicine
  UC Berkeley: Randy Schekman, 64, is at the University of California, Berkeley. Thomas Sudhof, 57, joined Stanford University in 2008.    2013 Nobel Prize in medicine is for discoveries on how hormones...
Jul.25 Stanford investigating apparent IT breach  Stanford University is asking its e-mail and computer network users to change their passwords after an apparent information technology breac...

year 2012 Top ^

Oct.15   Guest Stanford prof wins economic Nobel  Alvin Roth, 60, is a professor at Harvard University, was awarded the Nobel economics prize for research that helped improve the performance... Oct.10 Nobel Prize for Stanford prof
  Brian Kobilka, 57, won the Prize in Chemistry for his research into protein receptors that let body cells sense and respond to outside signals


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.29  Archives offer window into Apple origins Nov.14 Previously conjoined twins set to go home    94304: Angelica and Angelina Sabuco have been recovering at the hospital at Stanford University since their Nov. 1 operation Nov.3 Institute created to reduce world poverty  University is creating the Institute for Innovation in Developing Economie, focused on reducing global poverty with one of the largest donat... Nov.1 Conjoined twins separated, still in surgery  The 2-year-old Angelina and Angelica Sabuco who underwent surgery at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital are now two separate little girls Oct.16   Steve Jobs Memorial Held   Hundreds of Silicon Valley's elite streamed into University's Memorial Church on Sunday evening for a service commemorating Apple late co-fo... Jul.12  Students begin tracking government Jun.12  Mexican leader speaks at commencement Apr.28 Stanford endorses the return of ROTC Apr.15  Harvard names professor as provost Mar.9  Stanford athletes to easy classes

year 2010 Top ^

Nov.21  Student named Rhodes Scholar for 2011 Oct.28  $200M stem cell research building opens

year 2009 Top ^

Sep.2 Hundreds Laid Off As Endowment Shrinks
Jul.10  Professor Nominated To Head USGS Jun.14  Justice Kennedy Addresses Graduation Jun.7 Computer Prof. Motwani Found Dead May.26  University names business school dean May.6 Judge leaving bench for Stanford post Jan.31  $58 million in stem cell grants delayed Jan.20  Athletics considering cuts

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.9 40th Birthday Of Personal Computing
Nov.1 Cutbacks Planned Amid Economic Slump Oct.6 'Safer' test developed for Down's Sep.1  Univ. Rejects Pharmaceutical Co. Grants Mar.28 Fall acceptance rate is a record low Mar.12 UC, Stanford to team up on stem cell. UC Berkeley Mar.10  Computer w/sense of smell to be created Jan.22  Separated Costa Rican Twins To Go Home

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.25  Genetic Screens Help Black And Hispanic Dec.15  Diane Middlebrook, biographer, dies Dec.9  Stanford to warehouse East Asian books Nov.4  Robo-car again wins the race Oct.26  Nobel Laureate Kornberg dies at 89 Oct.15 Test developed to identify Alzheimer's
Sep.24 Stanford Gets Tapes Of Intellectuals Sep.7 Rumsfeld heading to Hoover Institution Jun.21  BP Awards $7.5M To For Energy Research Jun.10 Philosopher Richard Rorty Dies At 75 May.26 University alarmed by 'student's' ruse May.24 Student Impostor Unmasked
  A young woman passed herself off as a student, talked her way into dormitories and lived on campus in the dorms for 8 months
May.18 Faculty rejects ban on tobacco funds Apr.17   'Ex-Terrorists' Hold Lecture  Walid Shoebat and two others who call themselves former terrorists spoke at a controversial lecture admitting to participating in killings Apr.4  Watzlawick, family therapy pioneer, dies

year 2006 Top ^

Dec.19  Wie accepted to Stanford Dec.17 Univ. Launches E. Coli Into Earth's Orbit
Oct.4 Professor Wins Nobel Prize In Chemistry  Roger D. Kornberg, whose father won a Nobel Prize, was awarded for studies of how cells take information from genes Oct.2 Scientist Shares Nobel Prize In Medicine  Professor of Pathology and Genetics Andrew Fire won the Prize for discovering a way to silence specific genes Aug.1 Nike Chairman Pledges $105 Million Feb.16 Commerce secretary speaking to students Jan.31 Bush names Stanford professor Jan.27  New maternity policy

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.21  Stem Cell Researchers Leave For Asia Oct.30  Universirty Gets Steinbeck's Nobel Medal Oct.10 University Wins Robot Car Challenge  Diesel-powered, driverless Volkswagen Toureg won a $2 million desert race in Nevada Jun.12  Jobs Tells Graduates to Pursue Passions May.28 MBA Candidates Who Hacked - Rejected
Feb.24 Girl Tastes Food For First Time In 8 Years  Thanks to doctors, a little girl from England is catching up on 8 years with no junk food Feb.17 Tiny Miracle Baby Survives Heart Surgery

year 2003 Top ^

Sep.9 Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, dies
  Teller played a key role in U.S. defense and energy policies for more than half a century. He was 95 Jun.3  Fasting students get support Mar.4  Salaries frozen to cope with deficit

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.19  Stanford criticized over stem cell research Dec.10   Human embryonic stem cell project
  University announced its intention to develop human embryonic stem cells through nuclear transfer technology

year 2001 Top ^

Oct.10 2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes
  Economists George Akerlof, professor at UC Berkeley and Michael Spence of Stanford Aug.31 Donor withholds $60M from Stanford
May.19 Online Luring

year 2000 Top ^

Nov.27 2,000 acres keep from development
Apr.3  Hennessy named as 10th president


  Stanford Law grad among seven killed in Iraq chopper crash  37-year-old fire marshal Christopher 'Tripp' Zanetis was an associate in Debevoise & Plimpton's Litigation Department Muslim student attacked for wearing hijab in Stanford Athletics ad Stanford new president: neuroscience pioneer Marc Tessier-Lavigne  Stanford University on Thursday named a neuroscientist with stellar research and biotech credentials to be its 11th president Stanford University president to step down  John L. Hennessy, who established the University as a center of innovation, will be stepping down after 15 years as the head of the campus Stanford investigating apparent IT breach  Stanford University is asking its e-mail and computer network users to change their passwords after an apparent information technology breac... Institute created to reduce world poverty  University is creating the Institute for Innovation in Developing Economie, focused on reducing global poverty with one of the largest donat... Stanford endorses the return of ROTC Hundreds Laid Off As Endowment Shrinks Judge leaving bench for Stanford post Cutbacks Planned Amid Economic Slump Fall acceptance rate is a record low Stanford Gets Tapes Of Intellectuals Rumsfeld heading to Hoover Institution University alarmed by 'student's' ruse Student Impostor Unmasked




Stanford, Science & Education Higher Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Higher Education timeline, World Higher Education timeline Top ^
2018
Mar.16
2016
Nov.7  Physicist Persis Drell named new provost at Stanford
Sep.13
Apr.28  Stanford ranks No. 1 in state in crime per student, UC Berkeley No. 2
Apr.22  UC Berkeley grad, two Stanford students win $250,000 fellowships
Feb.23  Stanford taps Nike's Phil Knight for $400 million gift
Feb.4
2015
Oct.3  Stanford ranked third best university in global ranking
Sep.7  Toyota to invest $50M in car-tech research at Stanford, MIT
Jun.11
Mar.28  Unusually high number of students suspected of cheating
2014
Sep.16  Stanford professor wins MacArthur grant for her study of biases
Aug.28  Stanford law professor Cuellar confirmed to California Supreme Court
Aug.7  Stanford University’s endowment haul: $18.7 billion
Jun.2  Stanford University professor arrested at LAX for grenade
2013
Jul.25
2011
Nov.3
Jul.12  Students begin tracking government
Jun.12  Mexican leader speaks at commencement
Apr.28
Apr.15  Harvard names professor as provost
Mar.9  Stanford athletes to easy classes
2010
Nov.21  Student named Rhodes Scholar for 2011
Oct.28  $200M stem cell research building opens
2009
Sep.2
Jul.10  Professor Nominated To Head USGS
Jun.14  Justice Kennedy Addresses Graduation
May.26  University names business school dean
May.6
Jan.20  Athletics considering cuts
2008
Nov.1
Mar.28
2007
Dec.9  Stanford to warehouse East Asian books
Sep.24
Sep.7
Jun.21  BP Awards $7.5M To For Energy Research
May.26
May.24
  A young woman passed herself off as a student, talked her way into dormitories and lived on campus in the dorms for 8 months
May.18 Faculty rejects ban on tobacco funds
Apr.17   'Ex-Terrorists' Hold Lecture  Walid Shoebat and two others who call themselves former terrorists spoke at a controversial lecture admitting to participating in killings 2006 Dec.19  Wie accepted to Stanford Aug.1 Nike Chairman Pledges $105 Million Feb.16 Commerce secretary speaking to students Jan.31 Bush names Stanford professor Jan.27  New maternity policy 2005 Oct.30  Universirty Gets Steinbeck's Nobel Medal Jun.12  Jobs Tells Graduates to Pursue Passions May.28 MBA Candidates Who Hacked - Rejected 2003 Jun.3  Fasting students get support Mar.4  Salaries frozen to cope with deficit 2001 Oct.10 2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes
  Economists George Akerlof, professor at UC Berkeley and Michael Spence of Stanford Aug.31 Donor withholds $60M from Stanford May.19 Online Luring 2000 Nov.27 2,000 acres keep from development Apr.3  Hennessy named as 10th president



Stanford, Science & Education High Tech Science Timeline ... See Bay Area High Tech Science timeline, World High Tech Science timeline Top ^
2016 Jul.12  Mall docks robot cops after kid hit 2011 Dec.29  Archives offer window into Apple origins 2008 Dec.9 40th Birthday Of Personal Computing
Mar.10  Computer w/sense of smell to be created 2007 Nov.4  Robo-car again wins the race 2005 Oct.10 University Wins Robot Car Challenge  Diesel-powered, driverless Volkswagen Toureg won a $2 million desert race in Nevada



Stanford, Science & Education Bio Science Timeline ... See Bay Area Bio Science timeline, World Bio Science timeline Top ^
2008 Mar.12 UC, Stanford to team up on stem cell
. UC Berkeley 2005 Nov.21  Stem Cell Researchers Leave For Asia 2002 Dec.19  Stanford criticized over stem cell research



Stanford, Science & Education Natural Science Timeline ... See Bay Area Natural Science timeline, World Natural Science timeline Top ^
2015 Sep.29  Stanford, Berkeley researchers win MacArthur 'genius grants' 2014 Oct.8   Moerner, professor at Stanford, shares Nobel in Chemistry
  William Moerner won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing new methods that let microscopes see finer details than they could before
Jun.26  Crews fight fire at Stanford linear accelerator 2013 Oct.9   Stanford professor wins Nobel Prize in chemistry
  Michael Levitt is a professor and chair of Department of Structural Biology. He shares the prize with professors from USC and Harvard
2012 Oct.10 Nobel Prize for Stanford prof
  Brian Kobilka, 57, won the Prize in Chemistry for his research into protein receptors that let body cells sense and respond to outside signals
2006 Oct.4 Professor Wins Nobel Prize In Chemistry
  Roger D. Kornberg, whose father won a Nobel Prize, was awarded for studies of how cells take information from genes 2002 Dec.10   Human embryonic stem cell project
  University announced its intention to develop human embryonic stem cells through nuclear transfer technology



Stanford, Science & Education Health Science Timeline ... See Bay Area Health Science timeline, World Health Science timeline Top ^
2016 Mar.17  Rare transplant procedure saves two women's lives 2014 May.1 Stanford Hospital introduces 3D breast screening. 94304 2013 Oct.7   Bay Area professors win Nobel Prize in medicine
  UC Berkeley: Randy Schekman, 64, is at the University of California, Berkeley. Thomas Sudhof, 57, joined Stanford University in 2008.    2013 Nobel Prize in medicine is for discoveries on how hormones...
2011 Nov.14 Previously conjoined twins set to go home    94304: Angelica and Angelina Sabuco have been recovering at the hospital at Stanford University since their Nov. 1 operation Nov.1 Conjoined twins separated, still in surgery  The 2-year-old Angelina and Angelica Sabuco who underwent surgery at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital are now two separate little girls 2009 Jan.31  $58 million in stem cell grants delayed 2008 Oct.6 'Safer' test developed for Down's Sep.1  Univ. Rejects Pharmaceutical Co. Grants Jan.22  Separated Costa Rican Twins To Go Home 2007 Dec.25  Genetic Screens Help Black And Hispanic Oct.15 Test developed to identify Alzheimer's 2006 Dec.17 Univ. Launches E. Coli Into Earth's Orbit Oct.2 Scientist Shares Nobel Prize In Medicine  Professor of Pathology and Genetics Andrew Fire won the Prize for discovering a way to silence specific genes 2005 Feb.24 Girl Tastes Food For First Time In 8 Years  Thanks to doctors, a little girl from England is catching up on 8 years with no junk food Feb.17 Tiny Miracle Baby Survives Heart Surgery



Stanford, Science & Education Science Obituary Timeline ... See Bay Area Science Obituary timeline, World Science Obituary timeline Top ^
2017 Jul.15 Mirzakhani, Stanford professor and mathematician, dies  Maryam Mirzakhani is the recipient of the 2014 Fields Medal, the top honor in mathematics. She is the first woman in the prize’s 80-year history 2014 Oct.1 Renowned physicist, Nobel laureate Martin Perl dies
2013 Nov.8  Stanford mourning death of professor Clifford Nass 2011 Oct.16   Steve Jobs Memorial Held   Hundreds of Silicon Valley's elite streamed into University's Memorial Church on Sunday evening for a service commemorating Apple late co-fo... 2009 Jun.7 Computer Prof. Motwani Found Dead 2007 Dec.15  Diane Middlebrook, biographer, dies Oct.26  Nobel Laureate Kornberg dies at 89 Jun.10 Philosopher Richard Rorty Dies At 75 Apr.4  Watzlawick, family therapy pioneer, dies 2003 Sep.9 Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, dies  Teller played a key role in U.S. defense and energy policies for more than half a century. He was 95