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United States railroad executive and founder of Stanford University (1824-1893)

a university in California

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Early in 2005, Stanford and Yale's RI chapters collaborated to get national recognition for the group, and to expand its reach to other campuses.
STANFORD RODE A SURGING NATIONAL sense of imperial greatness, a mood of power and dominance in the world.
I was seeing some monkeys I had come to know well through years of fieldwork being ripped to pieces and eaten," Stanford points out, as he recalls the chimps' bloody midday repast.
The spring issue of Stanford Medicine magazine, which is produced by the Stanford School of Medicine, contains a special report on the health impacts of the global environmental crisis, from climate change to sewage-filled seas.
26 at a meeting of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences that will be held on the Stanford campus.
The Trojans strutted off the field as usual Saturday evening after having to come from behind to beat unranked Stanford 31-28 in front of 55,570 fans.
Researchers from Stanford University received more than $7 million in the first round of research grants approved by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
6 Stanford on Sunday at the Sports Arena and the Trojans' 75-72 upset of then fifth-ranked Stanford last season: This time it meant something.
A partnership led by scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine hopes to pry open that box through a new initiative in which they will amass the world's largest public database on the genes involved in latent TB -- an essential tool to help researchers worldwide develop new treatments for the global scourge.
All-American hitter Logan Tom had a match-high 28 kills as she helped Stanford beat USC 30-26, 16-30, 26-30, 30-28, 16-14 on Saturday in front of a sellout crowd of 2,115, the largest crowd ever at the Lyon Center.
The Stanford University School of Medicine has recruited Renee Reijo Pera, PhD, to be the new director of human embryonic stem cell research and education for the Stanford Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine.
Stanford (43-16) has yet to lose a super-regional series, beating South Carolina in 2001 and Nebraska two years ago in three games apiece.
Alan Krensky, MD, professor of pediatrics (immunology) at the Stanford University School of Medicine and chief of immunology and transplantation biology at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, has been selected by the National Institutes of Health as the agency's first deputy director for the Office of Portfolio Analysis and Strategic Initiatives.