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Using Placebos in Research

Using Placebos in Research

Bridget Kiely May 10, 2012 1

Bioethicist and Yale Professor Dr. Robert Levine believes that use of placebos in clinical research is ethical, but only under the right circumstances

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One of the Many Quirks of Quantum

One of the Many Quirks of Quantum

John Urwin May 10, 2012 0

Yale Professors Jack Harris and Leonid Glazman developed a new detector to settle a decades-old debate about the existence and nature of non-dissipating quantum currents.

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Wolves and Wolfpacks: The Chase is On

Wolves and Wolfpacks: The Chase is On

Jonathan Liang May 10, 2012 0

Psychology Brian Scholl has developed new methods to quantitatively study how humans perceive even simple objects as animate, focusing on the detection of chasing behavior

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Science and Religion: Reality’s Toolkit

Science and Religion: Reality’s Toolkit

Jessica Hahne May 10, 2012 0

Dr. Nihal de Lanerolle, a neurosurgeon at Yale Medical School and Chaplain of the Episcopal Church at Yale, offers a perspective in which science and religion can work together

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