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1. Stanford senior awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship

The scholarship, established by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, covers the cost of graduate studies in any subject at the University of Cambridge.

2. Give your sweetheart mushrooms this Valentine's Day, says Stanford scientist

A romantic evening of chocolate and wine would not be possible without an assist from fungi, says Stanford biology professor Kabir Peay. In fact, truffles might be the ultimate romantic gift, as they exude pheromones that can attract female mammals.

3. Stanford project suggests longer, healthier lives are possible

A Stanford analysis shows how to enhance longevity and well-being through healthy living, financial security and social relationships.

4. Stanford scientists celebrate technological advances that made gravitational wave detection possible

An international team of scientists has taken a step toward understanding the universe.

5. Stanford researchers develop financing framework to fund critical freshwater projects

Using lessons from the energy sector, Stanford researchers outline strategies to bring the nation's water infrastructure into the 21st century.

6. Stanford engineers battle bias in the criminal justice system

A team of engineers uses computational analysis tools to scrape information from police-related incidents to reveal discrimination and reduce crime.

7. Stanford Athletics is showing its 'greener' side

Stanford Athletics is working to reduce its environmental footprint and raise awareness about its commitment to sustainability.

8. Paul Armer, former director of Stanford Computation Center, dies at 91

A manager and lecturer in the Computer Science Department, Paul Armer voiced early concerns about computer privacy and surveillance.

9. Stanford honors leaders past, present and future with 'Founders' symposium

In the second in a series of symposia marking Stanford's 125th year, President John Hennessy will open a campus conversation with alumni who have put their ideas into action in the world.

10. At Stanford, seeking dialogue on investment responsibility

Alison Colwell, who recently joined Stanford to lead the new Investment Responsibility Stakeholder Relations program, brings global experience and a passion for bringing people together.