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text 2018-11-01 Richard N. Zare: An Oral History. Prof. Zare gives a narrative of his life and work in this interview conducted by the Stanford Historical Society Oral History Program.
text 2015-03-17
Stanford Lab Explores Fundamental Nature of Cancer Using Mass Spectrometry
text 2014-05 Science is Not a Zero-Sum Game, Interview with Prof. Zare in "Resonance"
text2010‑05‑10 Featured Scientist, Wisconsin Initiative for Science Literacy @
text 2010-01-28 Interview in Nature
text2009‑06‑29 Stanford researchers find a quicker, cheaper way to sort isotopes, Stanford Report
text2008-07-16 The Stanford Chemistry Department's Childbirth Accomodation Policy, implemented under Prof. Zare's leadership as chair, is featured in a report by the Office of Women's Affairs at Indiana University Bloomington.
text2008-07-03 Some fundamental interactions of matter turn out to be fundamentally different than thought, say Stanford researchers, Stanford Report
video2008-07-03 Stanford chemist shows there is action in failed chemical reactions. Prof. Richard Zare shows how energy can be transferred from a hydrogen atom to a deuterium molecule without the atom actually striking the molecule.
text2007-11-01 A Quest for Fun, Article about Prof. Zare by Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay, In My Shoes, Anal. Chem. 79 7945-7947 (2007)
text2003 Interview in Northwestern University alumni newsletter
text2002-12 "From small beginnings . . .", interview with Prof. Zare in "Chemistry in Britain" magazine
text2000-05-21 In Question: Richard Zare, San Jose Mercury News SV Magazine (via the Wayback Machine)
text2000-02-08 Chemistry Teacher Zare Captivates Young Minds with Lab Theatrics, Stanford Report
text1999-03-22 Tiny Reaction Vessels Mimic Cell Membranes, Chemical & Engineering News
text1998-03-30 New Tools are Catalysts for Proactive Chemistry, Dallas Morning News
text1995-08-04 "Wired" Science or Whither the Printed Page, Editorial, Science 269, 615 (1995)
text1969-05-19 New Columbia Professor, 29, news item, New York Times, May 19, 1969