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Alumni Profile: TP Ma, PhD ’74 — Saving satellites, one semiconductor at a time

Alumni Profile: TP Ma, PhD ’74 — Saving satellites, one semiconductor at a time

Tso-Ping Ma, who earned his Master’s and Ph.D. from Yale University, has made his mark on the world. His work to develop radiation-resistant electronics kept the US safe during the Cold War. Today, he is inspiring the next generation of engineers to answer tomorrow’s most pressing questions.

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Book Review: The Only Woman in the Room

Book Review: The Only Woman in the Room

“The scientific method may be impartial, but the scientific culture is not.” -Hope Jahren   At first glance, The Only Woman in the Room is just another portrayal of a common narrative, documenting a woman who liked science but was

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Black Hole with a Growth Problem

Black Hole with a Growth Problem

A supermassive black hole challenges the foundations of astrophysics, forcing astronomers to update the rule book of galaxy formation.

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Undergraduate Profile: Greg Meyer ’16

Undergraduate Profile: Greg Meyer ’16

Greg Meyer’s early passion for hands-on encounters propelled him into physics research at Yale, CERN, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

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