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Careers in Science: Advertising Psychology

Careers in Science: Advertising Psychology

Renee Wu November 16, 2011 0

Consumer and advertising psychology essentially seeks to understand how we make choices and what influences our decisions and thus has applications far beyond corporate battles between AT&T and Verizon Wireless

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Has the Earth Run out of any Natural Resources?

Has the Earth Run out of any Natural Resources?

Jeremy Puthumana November 16, 2011 0

Despite what doomsday predictions may suggest, the Earth has not run out of any resources nor is it likely that it will run out of any in the near future

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Spreading a Passion for Science

Spreading a Passion for Science

Grace Paquelet November 16, 2011 0

Ainissa Ramirez, who has been heavily involved in science promotion at Yale, will travel to urban D.C. schools next year to speak to students about her research on shape memory alloys and the importance

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The Quiet Corner Initiative

The Quiet Corner Initiative

Sabrina Gill November 16, 2011 0

Through the new Quiet Corner Initiative (QCI), the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies aims to build the capacity of private landowners to manage and conserve the natural landscapes of a region of

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Cultural Cognition and Scientific Consensus

Cultural Cognition and Scientific Consensus

Nancy Huynh May 13, 2011 2

Professor Dan Kahan at the Yale Law School explains how people's cultural values influence their risk perception on issues in one of the studies under the Cultural Cognition Project.

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Science Museums

Science Museums

Dennis Wang May 12, 2011 1

Though not the most common career path, working in a science museum can be exceptionally fulfilling and intellectually stimulating.

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Ears: The New Fingerprints?

Ears: The New Fingerprints?

Renee Wu May 12, 2011 0

Could ears be more accurate biometric identification tools than fingerprints

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New Head of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

New Head of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

Stella Cao May 12, 2011 0

Professor Dan Esty heads Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection with an initiative to improve energy policies that will also benefit the state’s economy.

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Measuring Food Security Throughout the World

Measuring Food Security Throughout the World

Sunny Kumar April 3, 2011 1

Despite UN goals to slash world hunger in half by 2015, there exists a dearth of data about which regions and households suffer the most from food insecurity. Yale School of Public Health Professor

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The Secrets to a Healthier Pizza

The Secrets to a Healthier Pizza

Nancy Huynh April 3, 2011 0

You've heard from health gurus, but what do scientists tell us about the possibilities of making this popular dish healthier?

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