NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ New Haven’s police chief has apologized for a three-day delay in releasing information about the death of a Yale University professor while in detention. 126 more words
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New Haven’s police chief is apologizing for what he calls “late reporting of the incident” involving a Yale University professor who was found dead at the city lockup following an earlier arrest. 97 more words
Writing for the New Haven Register, Jim Shelton describes 3D printers as “magic boxes” fueled by sheer ingenuity. So it comes as little surprise that at Yale University, where students, faculty and researchers are flocking to the technology by the hundreds, 3D printers are filtering into nearly every discipline on campus. 432 more words
The article at http://fcw.com/articles/2013/10/02/5-steps-to-better-leadership.aspx, talks about givers, takers and reciprocators in the work force, and which ones are better for your work group.
Hint, givers or reciprocators, though the givers have to be effective in how they do it and not give away the store (of all their personal energy). 175 more words
Published on 3 Dec 2013
Tepco Adviser: Fuel is damaged in two Fukushima pools — 150 billion Bq/m³ of Cesium-137 at Unit 3, possible second explosion after 3/11 — “Certainly appears something of significance occurred” Tepco Adviser: Fuel is damaged in two Fukushima pools — 150 billion Bq/m³ of Cesium-137 at Unit 3, possible second explosion after 3/11 — “Certainly appears something of significance occurred” 509 more words