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Alumni Profile: Tze-Chiang Chen (PhD ’85) – Following the life of one of the biggest names in electrical engineering

Alumni Profile: Tze-Chiang Chen (PhD ’85) – Following the life of one of the biggest names in electrical engineering

Dr. Tze-Chiang Chen, Vice President at IBM and former Yale graduate. Image courtesy of Chen. From his humble upbringings in Taiwan to his current position as Vice President of Science and Technology in the Research Division at IBM, Tze-Chiang Chen

A High-Pressure Chemistry Test: Theoretically Evaluating Atoms Under Compression

A High-Pressure Chemistry Test: Theoretically Evaluating Atoms Under Compression

When we study the properties of elements in a typical chemistry classroom, we assume the elements are subject to normal atmospheric pressure on Earth. But have you ever wondered what would happen to an atom if you compressed it at

The Poison Squad: One chemist’s crusade for food safety

The Poison Squad: One chemist’s crusade for food safety

Once known as “Dr. Wiley’s Law,” the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906 was the first of many regulations that advocated for food safety and consumer protection in response to the use of harmful food preservatives—in­cluding formaldehyde, borax, copper,

Can Tetris Help Treat PTSD

Can Tetris Help Treat PTSD

Tetris is the best-selling videogame of all time, but what if this simple computer game could relieve symptoms of an even more prevalent psychiatric disorder? Professor Henrik Kessler and Aram Kehyayan from Ruhr-Universität Bochum in Germany studied possible links between