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Sterling Professorships

Sterling Professorships

Natalie Villa May 12, 2011 0

Earlier this year, two Yale scientists were named Sterling Professors, the highest honor that a member of the Yale faculty can attain from the institution

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Presidential Early Career Award

Presidential Early Career Award

Jonathan Greco April 3, 2011 0

Yale Professor Eugenio Culurciello wins the Presidential Early Career Award for his research with bio-instruments

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Two Yale Scientists Honored as Sloan Research Fellows

Two Yale Scientists Honored as Sloan Research Fellows

Sally Cho October 1, 2010 0

Two faculty members at Yale were awarded the Sloan Research Fellowship. Marla Geha, Assistant Professor of Astronomy, and Daniel Colón-Ramos, Assistant Professor of Cell Biology, have been endowed with $50,000 each to continue stimulating

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$1.915 Million Awarded to Yale Science and Engineering

$1.915 Million Awarded to Yale Science and Engineering

Lara Boyle October 1, 2010 0

 The Goizueta Foundation, a private organization renowned for supporting academic institutions that empower and improve people’s lives, has awarded Yale a $1.915 million grant to advance science and engineering education. The money will support

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Edward H. Kaplan Awarded the Phillip McCord Morse Lectureship

Edward H. Kaplan Awarded the Phillip McCord Morse Lectureship

Michelle Atallah October 1, 2010 0

The Phillip McCord Morse Lectureship, awarded biennially by the Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences, recognizes excellence in the field of operations research and management science. Edward Kaplan, the William N. and Marie

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Alanna Schepartz Awarded Two Lectureships for Excellence in Chemical Biology

Alanna Schepartz Awarded Two Lectureships for Excellence in Chemical Biology

Clarence Cheng September 1, 2010 0

“I was really surprised!” says Professor Alanna Schepartz in regards to her recent selection to present two notable lectures. In October of last year, both the American Chemical Society (ACS) and the Gordon Research

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Yale Scientists Awarded AAAS Fellowship

Yale Scientists Awarded AAAS Fellowship

Regina Luna September 1, 2010 0

  Yale scientists Gerald Shulman, Shirleen Roeder, Andrew Hill, and Mark Gerstein were recently honored as fellows by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The AAAS, publishers of the journal Science,

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Scientists Receive Grant to Advance Nanotherapy for Lupus

Scientists Receive Grant to Advance Nanotherapy for Lupus

Chris Cho May 1, 2010 0

Tarek Fahmy and Joseph Craft both received a three-year grant to work towards developing a new therapy for lupus

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The Genius Behind Fall Prevention

The Genius Behind Fall Prevention

Gennifer Tsoi April 24, 2010 0

Dr. Mary E. Tinetti, recipient of a MacArthur "Genius Grant," is a prolific researcher-physician whose research has highlighted the risks of falls to the elderly and the benefits of simple preventative measures

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Fossil Feathers: the Research of a Genius

Fossil Feathers: the Research of a Genius

Matthew Chalkley April 24, 2010 0

Professor Richard Prum, receipient of a MacArthur Genius Grant, has combined fields as diverse as developmental biology and optical physics to study the evolution of feathers, providing a glimpse of the colors of long-extinct

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