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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 Comments Off

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 Comments Off

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 Comments Off

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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