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The Biodesign Institute

The Biodesign Institute

Kimi Goldstein April 3, 2011 0

Yale West Campus will host several interdisciplinary Life Science Institutes; plans for the newly announced Biodesign Institute are being solidified and faculty members are being recruited for all the Institutes

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Yale Engineering & Science Weekend

Yale Engineering & Science Weekend

Yuanchi Zhao April 3, 2011 0

Select applicants to Yale’s class of 2015 visited Yale during Yale Engineering and Science Weekend (YES-W), a new recruiting initiative from the Yale Admissions Office aimed at attracting talented engineering, science, and math students

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Principal Investigators

Principal Investigators

Shibi Kannan February 14, 2011 0

A Principal Investigator’s (PI) office yields a valuable window into his psyche. Dr. Charles Baltay’s office, unmistakably that of a senior professor, is no exception. The worn-in room is strewn with a variety of

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Graduate Students

Graduate Students

Yuanchi Zhao December 1, 2010 0

Scientific research labs throughout Yale probe the frontiers of human knowledge. Graduate students are at the heart of this process. Every day, graduate students perform the experiments and analyses that eventually produce new discoveries.

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Laboratory Technicians

Laboratory Technicians

Chenyu Lin October 1, 2010 0

Behind the institutional mask of Yale Science is a living, breathing group of people making it all happen. In this second of a four-part series, Chenyu Lin explores the role of laboratory technicians

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Undergraduate Researchers

Undergraduate Researchers

Phong Lee September 1, 2010 0

Editor’s Note: This installment is part one of a four part series covering the experiences of scientific researchers at Yale. Next issue, check back for an exploration of the life of laboratory technicians Scientific

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Going Green: Sustainable Design at Yale

Going Green: Sustainable Design at Yale

Nicole Joy Espy November 29, 2008 0

Sustainable design, aimed at minimizing energy consumption, using energy efficiently, maximizing renewable energy production, and reducing carbon emissions, is being applied to buildings at Yale, including the Malone Center and the new Kroon Hall

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CRISP Materials Research: Unlocking the Potential of Complex Metal Oxides

CRISP Materials Research: Unlocking the Potential of Complex Metal Oxides

Andrew Moir November 22, 2008 0

Few undergrads may know this, but Yale is the home of one of the nation’s premier materials science research centers, the Center for Research on Interface Structures and Phenomena (CRISP)

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Another Time, Another SSS: A Brief History of the Sheffield Scientific School

Another Time, Another SSS: A Brief History of the Sheffield Scientific School

Melissa Stone November 22, 2008 0

Founded in 1847, the first building of the Sheff School was erected on what is now Farnam Hall. The school was one of the first to incorporate both the sciences and liberal arts into

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