The five most-read posts on Scope this week were:
Apple CEO Steve Jobs and Gov. Schwarzenegger urge Californians to be organ donors: At the ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 1395 at Lucile Packard Hospital on Tuesday, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Apple CEO Steve Jobs spoke about how the legislation will increase organ donation in the state and encouraged Californians to become organ donors.
Photos from SB 1395 signing: Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Steve Jobs and Dean Philip Pizzo: Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Packard Children's CEO Christopher Dawes, state Sen. Elaine Alquist, and Dean Philip Pizzo, MD, among others, attended the ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 1395 at Lucile Packard Hospital on Tuesday. This entry showcases photos from the event.
Steve Jobs and Gov. Schwarzenegger join forces for new organ donor registry: Seven months ago, Apple CEO Steve Jobs and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced new organ donation legislation at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital.
Stanford team wins 2010 Health 2.0 Developer Challenge award: Happy Feet, a mobile wellness application developed by a team from Stanford, was one of six applications showcased at the Health 2.0 San Francisco Conference this week. The application took first place in the Move Your App! Developer Challenge of the 2010 Health 2.0 Developer Challenge.
Zebrafish shed light on what happens when we sleep: In a new study involving zebrafish, Stanford researchers showed how sleep and the body's circadian clock affect the number of neuron-to-neuron connections in a particular region of the brain.