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Todai-Yale venture to boost
Japanese Studies in the U.S.
An initiative designed to promote Japanese Studies in the United States has
been launched by Yale and the University of Tokyo (Todai), Japan’s premier
educational and research institution.
Yale dedicates $8 million Clean Room
On Oct. 31, Yale dedicated the new Center for Microelectronics Materials
and Structures Clean Room, an $8 million, 2,600-square-foot facility for fabricating
micro- and nano-scale devices for engineering research.
For some infants, mother’s milk
can help increase IQ, says study
Breastfeeding boosts infants’ IQs, but only if the babies have a genetic
variant that enhances their metabolism of breast milk, a Yale researcher and
collaborators report in the Nov. 5 issue of Proceedings of the National Academy
Engineering lessons get real-world application in Cameroonian water project
Yale senior Nick Del Vecchio spent days of his summer break digging trenches beneath
the sweltering sun in the African country of Cameroon, but what he most remembers
of his time there is the celebration of water that rewarded his labors.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
School of Public Health launches new Advanced Professional M.P.H. Program
Shareholder activist creates fund at Yale center for corporate governance
Yale ceremony to commemorate Veteran’s Day
Procrastination is not an option at Dissertation Boot Camp
Show features Chinese artist’s works of ‘Revolution and Rebirth’
From the United Way: ‘A Tale of Guiding Young Fathers’
Program to look at company developing innovative treatment for varicose veins
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Scientists working in the new Clean Room don special gear to reduce the chance that dust and other particles will interfere with the creation of the mini- and nano-devices being built there.
Yale students Nick Del Vecchio (foreground) and Joshua Knight (purple shirt) dig out the foundation for the water tank they helped design and develop for the village of Kikoo in Cameroon.