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Biotech spinoffs fuel New Haven economy

Biotech spinoffs fuel New Haven economy

2007 was a banner year for startup companies based on discoveries in Yale labs.

“Restaurants. Good restaurants.” The surge in upscale eateries opening in New Haven, said Jon Soderstrom ...

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Eyeing “broader impacts,” Yale bolsters efforts to bring science to local schools

High school students in New Haven and neighboring communities are reaping benefits from a federal effort to encourage them to study science and engineering. Because fewer college undergraduates and graduate students are pursuing careers in the sciences than in the past, national organizations are asking researchers to help recruit the next generation of scientists. According to Kathie L. Olsen, Ph.D., deputy...

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New building on Amistad Street: a place “where great science is done”

New building on Amistad Street: a place “where great science is done”

Taking a page from theoretical physics, scientists at the School of Medicine’s newest building will shorten the...

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Yale scientist tapped to lead Wellesley College

Yale scientist tapped to lead Wellesley College

H. Kim Bottomly, Ph.D., a renowned immunobiologist and a deputy provost at Yale, became the 13th president of Wellesley...

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Summer program brings high school students into Yale labs to do research

Summer program brings high school students into Yale labs to do research

Four years ago Gil G. Mor, M.D., associate professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences, was thinking...

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Roundup

Stress and addictions

Yale researchers have received $23 million from the National Institutes of Health to study how stress fuels addictions....

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YNHH among best in nation

Yale-New Haven Hospital has been included in the 2007 “America’s Best Hospitals” rankings published in July by U.S....

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