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Posts From Jonathan Setiabrata

Center for Science and Social Science Information

Center for Science and Social Science Information

The Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI), a modern information center serving both the natural and social sciences, opened its doors to students and faculty for the first time on January 3, 2012.

Smoking Cessation: A Gain-Framed Counseling Approach

Smoking Cessation: A Gain-Framed Counseling Approach

Assistant psychiatry professor Benjamin Toll explores the effects of gain-frame messaging in maximizing effectiveness of smoking cessation counseling.

In Search of the Grand Design

In Search of the Grand Design

Curiosity has often pushed mankind to find the laws governing natural phenomena. Both mythology and the Scientific Revolution have been byproducts of our need to explain and reason the world around us. Recent advances in physics have allowed modern scientists

Pegasus Project Takes Off

Pegasus Project Takes Off

Can robots fly? Yes, says a group of Yale undergrads hoping to enter a competition to show off their own flying gadgets. Jonathan Setiabrata takes a look.

Manhattan Project on Science Hill

Manhattan Project on Science Hill

A few things come to mind when one thinks of Sterling Chemistry Laboratory: long walks up Science Hill, dreaded 9:20 a.m. chemistry lectures, and obnoxious afternoon labs. Perhaps some new associations with the building would make our science classes much