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C. 2017-07-15 Mirzakhani, Stanford professor and mathematician, dies Stanford
D. 2017-02-22 Nobel-winning economist Kenneth J. Arrow dies at 95 Palo Alto
4. 2016-11-07 Physicist Persis Drell named new provost at Stanford Stanford
5. 2016-09-13 Muslim student attacked for wearing hijab in Stanford Athletics ad Stanford
G. 2016-07-12 Mall docks robot cops after kid hit
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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 his... Muslim student attacked for wearing hijab in Stanford Athletics ad Record-breaking Solar Impulse 2 departs Bay Area early Monday  Moffett Field: After just over a week of calling the Bay Area home, the Solar Impulse 2 will begin the next leg of its 35,000-kilometer around-the-world jo... Solar-powered plane lands at Moffett Federal Airfield Map of Moffett Federal Airfield Moffett Field


March 2018 ... more > Top ^
Mar.16


year 2017 Top ^

Jul.15  
Feb.22  Nobel-winning economist Kenneth J. Arrow dies at 95


year 2016 Top ^

Nov.7  Physicist Persis Drell named new provost at Stanford
Sep.13
Jul.12  Mall docks robot cops after kid hit
May.2  
Apr.28  Stanford ranks No. 1 in state in crime per student, UC Berkeley No. 2
Apr.24  
  Moffett Field: The one-of-a-kind aircraft will remain in the Bay Area until conditions allow it to depart and then will continue on its around-the-world journey
Apr.22  UC Berkeley grad, two Stanford students win $250,000 fellowships Mar.17  Rare transplant procedure saves two women's lives Mar.16 About 5,000 PG&E customers without power, impacting De Anza college. Cupertino Feb.23  Stanford taps Nike's Phil Knight for $400 million gift Feb.4 Stanford new president: neuroscience pioneer Marc Tessier-Lavigne

year 2015 Top ^

Nov.5 Toyota invests $1 billion in artificial intelligence in US
  Palo Alto: Toyota is investing $1 billion in a research company it's setting up in Silicon Valley to develop artificial intelligence and robotics
Jun.11   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

year 2014 Top ^

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 Oct.1  Renowned physicist, Nobel laureate Martin Perl dies May.1  Stanford Hospital introduces 3D breast screening Jan.28 Sex offender attempts to enter Sunnyvale school


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.23  Google's Schaft robot wins Darpa rescue challenge Nov.6   Google breaks silence about Treasure Island mystery barge  'We’re exploring using the barge as an interactive space where people can learn about new technology,' wrote a Google spokesperson Oct.29 Steve Jobs' home gets historic designation
. Los Altos 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 Sep.7  Fires damage Cupertino High School, church Aug.16  Palo Alto High School warns students about streaking Jul.25 Stanford investigating apparent IT breach May.29  Bay Area teens competing at national spelling bee May.3 Solar Impulse takes off from Moffett Field
  A plane that flies on nothing but the power of the sun is now on its way to Phoenix as part of a historic cross-country flight
Feb.15  Group seeks to protect Earth from asteroids

year 2012 Top ^

Oct.15 Guest Stanford prof wins economic Nobel 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 Sep.24  Parents shocked by drug bust of principal Sep.23 Principal arrested on suspicion of having meth Map of Caltrain station Santa Clara  Santa Clara: Eric Dean Lewis, principal of Montague Elementary School, was arrested after he allegedly offered to provide drugs to an undercover officer Jun.5 4 school bond measures passing in early returns. Milpitas Apr.25 Google brass in asteroid venture Jan.11  29 students named Intel Prize semifinalists

year 2011 Top ^

Dec.29  Archives offer window into Apple origins Nov.14 Previously conjoined twins set to go home
. Stanford Nov.3 Institute created to reduce world poverty. Stanford Nov.1 Conjoined twins separated, still in surgery. Stanford Oct.16 Steve Jobs Memorial Held. Stanford Aug.12 Donations help reactivate aliens' search. Mountain View Jul.12  Students begin tracking government Jun.12  Mexican leader speaks at commencement Jun.11  Palo Alto woman, 18, gets college degree May.18 Intel CEO touts power-saving chip focus Apr.28 Stanford endorses the return of ROTC Apr.25   SETI Institute suspends search for aliens  Mountain View: Lacking the money to pay its expenses, the institute has pulled the plug on the renowned Allen Telescope Array, a field of radio dishes Apr.15  Harvard names professor as provost Mar.28 Internet pioneer Paul Baran dies. Palo Alto Mar.15 Teen wins Intel Science Talent Search. Danville

year 2010 Top ^

Nov.21  Student named Rhodes Scholar for 2011 Oct.28  $200M stem cell research building opens Sep.27  Gates grant goes to S.F. schools

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.8   Scientist Shares Nobel In Physics
  Mountain View: Charles K. Kao, a Shanghai-born Mountain View resident helped link the world through fiber-optic networks. He suffers from Alzheimer's disease Sep.2  Hundreds Laid Off As Endowment Shrinks Aug.30  HP Labs shift focus Aug.25  Teacher Accused Of Sex With Student Jul.20  Google enhanced moon's 3-D mapping 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.18  CEO urges grads: Turn off your computer May.6  Judge leaving bench for Stanford post Mar.25  Cepheid unveils fast, low cost TB test Mar.7  Ex-teacher arrested for molesting student Feb.2  Google Earth Explores Oceans, Mars 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 Jun.7  NASA Ames Work On Quake Warning May.1  HP Labs' find could revolutionize computing Mar.28  Fall acceptance rate is a record low Mar.12  UC, Stanford to team up on stem cell Feb.22 10 teams in $30 million race to moon
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Oct.15  Test developed to identify Alzheimer's Sep.24  Stanford Gets Tapes Of Intellectuals Sep.7  Rumsfeld heading to Hoover Institution Jul.18  No Bomb Found At Mission College Jun.10  Philosopher Richard Rorty Dies At 75 May.26  University alarmed by 'student's' ruse May.24   Student Impostor Unmasked
  Stanford: 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
. Stanford Jan.26 Chips push through nano-barrier. Intel

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  Stanford: 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  Stanford: Professor of Pathology and Genetics Andrew Fire won the Prize for discovering a way to silence specific genes Aug.15     Google Gives Free Wi-Fi To Mt. View  Google plans to offer free, high-speed Internet access to everyone in its home town Aug.10  UC's Join Book-Scanning Project Aug.1  Nike Chairman Pledges $105 Million Jul.4 NASA Ames Celebrates Launch of Shuttle
. Moffett Field Apr.5   SF Picks Google, EarthLink For Wi-Fi
  SF City Hall: A city panel identified Google and EarthLink as the best candidates to complete the ambitious project.    The recommendation was completing a 6-week reviewc The companies decided to team togethe...
Mar.6 Chlorine Leak At School Sickens Children. Sunnyvale Mar.3  Students Arrested For Gun Sale In Class Jan.31  Bush names Stanford professor

year 2005 Top ^

Oct.10 University Wins Robot Car Challenge
. Stanford May.28  MBA Candidates Who Hacked - Rejected Apr.4 Students Sent Home to Prove Residency. Cupertino Mar.5  Choir Teacher Facing Sex Charges Feb.24 Girl Tastes Food For First Time In 8 Years. Stanford Feb.17  Tiny Miracle Baby Survives Heart Surgery Feb.9  Teacher Suspected Of Sex With Student

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.5 Satellite mishap blamed on human error
. Sunnyvale Feb.13  Police: Students plotted to burn school

year 2003 Top ^

Sep.9   Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, dies  Stanford: Teller played a key role in U.S. defense and energy policies for more than half a century. He was 95

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.10   Human embryonic stem cell project  Stanford: University announced its intention to develop human embryonic stem cells through nuclear transfer technology Aug.8  Grove donates $5m to stem cell program

year 2001 Top ^

Oct.10   2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes  Stanford: Economists George Akerlof, professor at UC Berkeley and Michael Spence of Stanford Aug.31  Donor withholds $60M from Stanford May.19  Online Luring Apr.4  $20 Million Gift

year 2000 Top ^

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 About 5,000 PG&E customers without power, impacting De Anza college. Cupertino Stanford new president: neuroscience pioneer Marc Tessier-Lavigne 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 Institute created to reduce world poverty. Stanford Stanford endorses the return of ROTC Student Impostor Unmasked




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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
Mar.16
Feb.23  Stanford taps Nike's Phil Knight for $400 million gift
Feb.4
2015
Jun.11
2013
Jul.25
2011
Nov.3
Jul.12  Students begin tracking government
Jun.12  Mexican leader speaks at commencement
Jun.11  Palo Alto woman, 18, gets college degree
Apr.28
Apr.15  Harvard names professor as provost
2010
Nov.21  Student named Rhodes Scholar for 2011
Oct.28  $200M stem cell research building opens
2009
Sep.2  Hundreds Laid Off As Endowment Shrinks
Jul.10  Professor Nominated To Head USGS
Jun.14  Justice Kennedy Addresses Graduation
May.26  University names business school dean
May.18  CEO urges grads: Turn off your computer
May.6  Judge leaving bench for Stanford post
Jan.20  Athletics considering cuts
2008
Nov.1  Cutbacks Planned Amid Economic Slump
Mar.28  Fall acceptance rate is a record low
2007
Sep.24  Stanford Gets Tapes Of Intellectuals
Sep.7  Rumsfeld heading to Hoover Institution
Jul.18  No Bomb Found At Mission College
May.26  University alarmed by 'student's' ruse
May.24
  Stanford: 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
. Stanford 2006 Dec.19  Wie accepted to Stanford Aug.1  Nike Chairman Pledges $105 Million Jan.31  Bush names Stanford professor 2005 May.28  MBA Candidates Who Hacked - Rejected 2002 Aug.8  Grove donates $5m to stem cell program 2001 Oct.10 2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes  Stanford: Economists George Akerlof, professor at UC Berkeley and Michael Spence of Stanford Aug.31  Donor withholds $60M from Stanford May.19  Online Luring Apr.4  $20 Million Gift 2000 Apr.3  Hennessy named as 10th president



West Santa Clara County, 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 May.2 Record-breaking Solar Impulse 2 departs Bay Area early Monday  Moffett Field: After just over a week of calling the Bay Area home, the Solar Impulse 2 will begin the next leg of its 35,000-kilometer around-the-world jo... Apr.24 Solar-powered plane lands at Moffett Federal Airfield
Map of Moffett Federal Airfield Moffett Field
  Moffett Field: The one-of-a-kind aircraft will remain in the Bay Area until conditions allow it to depart and then will continue on its around-the-world journey
2015 Nov.5 Toyota invests $1 billion in artificial intelligence in US
  Palo Alto: Toyota is investing $1 billion in a research company it's setting up in Silicon Valley to develop artificial intelligence and robotics
2013 Dec.23  Google's Schaft robot wins Darpa rescue challenge Nov.6 Google breaks silence about Treasure Island mystery barge  'We’re exploring using the barge as an interactive space where people can learn about new technology,' wrote a Google spokesperson Oct.29 Steve Jobs' home gets historic designation
. Los Altos May.3 Solar Impulse takes off from Moffett Field
  A plane that flies on nothing but the power of the sun is now on its way to Phoenix as part of a historic cross-country flight
2011 Dec.29  Archives offer window into Apple origins May.18 Intel CEO touts power-saving chip focus Mar.28 Internet pioneer Paul Baran dies. Palo Alto 2009 Aug.30  HP Labs shift focus 2008 Dec.9  40th Birthday Of Personal Computing May.1  HP Labs' find could revolutionize computing 2007 Jan.26 Chips push through nano-barrier. Intel 2006 Aug.15   Google Gives Free Wi-Fi To Mt. View  Google plans to offer free, high-speed Internet access to everyone in its home town Aug.10  UC's Join Book-Scanning Project Apr.5   SF Picks Google, EarthLink For Wi-Fi
  SF City Hall: A city panel identified Google and EarthLink as the best candidates to complete the ambitious project.    The recommendation was completing a 6-week reviewc The companies decided to team togethe...
2005 Oct.10 University Wins Robot Car Challenge. Stanford



West Santa Clara County, 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



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2014 Jan.28 Sex offender attempts to enter Sunnyvale school
2013 Sep.7  Fires damage Cupertino High School, church Aug.16  Palo Alto High School warns students about streaking May.29  Bay Area teens competing at national spelling bee 2012 Sep.24  Parents shocked by drug bust of principal Sep.23 Principal arrested on suspicion of having meth
Map of Caltrain station Santa Clara  Santa Clara: Eric Dean Lewis, principal of Montague Elementary School, was arrested after he allegedly offered to provide drugs to an undercover officer Jun.5 4 school bond measures passing in early returns. Milpitas Jan.11  29 students named Intel Prize semifinalists 2011 Mar.15 Teen wins Intel Science Talent Search. Danville 2010 Sep.27  Gates grant goes to S.F. schools 2009 Aug.25  Teacher Accused Of Sex With Student Mar.7  Ex-teacher arrested for molesting student 2006 Mar.6 Chlorine Leak At School Sickens Children. Sunnyvale Mar.3  Students Arrested For Gun Sale In Class 2005 Apr.4 Students Sent Home to Prove Residency. Cupertino Mar.5  Choir Teacher Facing Sex Charges Feb.9  Teacher Suspected Of Sex With Student 2004 Feb.13  Police: Students plotted to burn school



West Santa Clara County, Science & Education Space Timeline ... See Bay Area Space timeline, World Space timeline Top ^
2013 Feb.15  Group seeks to protect Earth from asteroids 2012 Apr.25 Google brass in asteroid venture
2011 Aug.12 Donations help reactivate aliens' search. Mountain View Apr.25 SETI Institute suspends search for aliens  Mountain View: Lacking the money to pay its expenses, the institute has pulled the plug on the renowned Allen Telescope Array, a field of radio dishes 2009 Jul.20  Google enhanced moon's 3-D mapping Feb.2  Google Earth Explores Oceans, Mars 2008 Feb.22 10 teams in $30 million race to moon. Google 2006 Jul.4 NASA Ames Celebrates Launch of Shuttle. Moffett Field 2004 Oct.5 Satellite mishap blamed on human error. Sunnyvale



West Santa Clara County, Science & Education Natural Science Timeline ... See Bay Area Natural Science timeline, World Natural Science timeline Top ^
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 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 2009 Oct.8 Scientist Shares Nobel In Physics  Mountain View: Charles K. Kao, a Shanghai-born Mountain View resident helped link the world through fiber-optic networks. He suffers from Alzheimer's disease 2008 Jun.7  NASA Ames Work On Quake Warning 2006 Oct.4 Professor Wins Nobel Prize In Chemistry  Stanford: 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  Stanford: University announced its intention to develop human embryonic stem cells through nuclear transfer technology



West Santa Clara County, 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 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 2011 Nov.14 Previously conjoined twins set to go home
. Stanford Nov.1 Conjoined twins separated, still in surgery. Stanford 2009 Mar.25  Cepheid unveils fast, low cost TB test 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 2007 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  Stanford: 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. Stanford Feb.17  Tiny Miracle Baby Survives Heart Surgery



West Santa Clara County, 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 his... Feb.22  Nobel-winning economist Kenneth J. Arrow dies at 95 2014 Oct.1  Renowned physicist, Nobel laureate Martin Perl dies 2011 Oct.16 Steve Jobs Memorial Held
. Stanford 2009 Jun.7  Computer Prof. Motwani Found Dead 2007 Jun.10  Philosopher Richard Rorty Dies At 75 2003 Sep.9 Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, dies  Stanford: Teller played a key role in U.S. defense and energy policies for more than half a century. He was 95