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Gift of equipment to further
research in engineering
T.P. Ma, the Raymond John Wean Professor and chair of electrical engineering and co-director of the Yale Center for Microelectronics, has accepted a gift of research equipment from Intel Corporation, worth an estimated half-million dollars, to assist engineering in its teaching and research.
Students helping small businesses
locally and globally
Group helping nations understand that
microfinance is key to reducing poverty
Area entrepreneurs find funding, support
through the Elmseed Enterprise Fund
In Focus: Yale Medical Group
Shirley Ray, 79, of Avon, was cold, her joints ached, and she felt depleted.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
New center to foster joint study of ecology, epidemiology
Death rate rises in urban areas during the time ground-level ozone levels are high, study shows
Conference and exhibit to explore legacy of Napoleon
There's a clash of divas in the Yale Rep's 'The Ladies of the Camellias'
Painter of Chinese themes is named gallery's resident artist
Researchers identify a receptor in tick gut used by Lyme disease-causing bacteria to invade the insect
Scientists find link between early gambling and later psychiatric and substance abuse problems
Grant funds design of program to keep pregnant women off drugs
Study: Family history of alcoholism lowers brain's 'brake' on heavy drinking
Study will test drug's ability to reduce smokers' withdrawal symptoms
Memorial service for Osea Noss
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Graduate student Leidong Mao (left) and research support specialist Chris Tillinghast pose in a "clean room" in Becton Center with one of the donated machines from Intel: a scanning probe microscope.
From law to education to furniture, the continuing legacy of Napoleon will be the focus of a conference at Yale.