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Protein: Source it from a Variety of Places!

I recently took a Stanford Course on Health & Nutrition, and a phrase that stuck with me, coined by Prof. Michael Pollan from UC Berkeley, was, “Eat Food. 339 more words

Food

Stanford's rice-sized implant treats diseases by zapping individual nerves

Originally posted April 2018

Stanford researchers serve up a side of rice for Bioelectronic Medicine.  Early concept proofs out through in vitro demonstrations.  The Stimulator can function at 10.5 cm depth with ultrasound for external comms.  15 more words

Bioelectronic Medicine

Zuckerberg, Chan to fund Stanford award to fight Alzheimer's Disease

Originally posted February 2018

YASSSSS.  Silicon Valley leaders putting serious dough into fighting neurodegenerative diseases.  CZI Ben Barres Early Career Acceleration Award

San Jose Mercury News

Neuroscience

"All cute girls are taken" according to credible source

THE INTERNET– According to informers close to the matter, a credible information outlet has reported that all females considered attractive by majority of male population in Troy High School are taken by someone equally impressive. 113 more words

Satire

Advice to High School Underclassmen from the Stanford Class of 2022

Getting into college has only become more competitive in recent years. That’s why many students from the Stanford class of 2022 want to reassure students in Los Angeles and all around the country that everything will turn out fine in the end. 1,033 more words

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Reeling from Rejection: College Application Edition

It is inevitable.

Whether it’s in your dating life or in the pursuit of your dream college, rejection is inevitable.

No matter how much we try to avoid it, the possibility of rejection is inherent whenever we take a risk. 623 more words

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