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Engineer to build “hot” solar cells

Yale Univ. associate professor of electrical engineering Minjoo Larry Lee has been awarded $2,540,000 to develop dual-junction solar cells that can operate efficiently at extreme temperatures above 750 F. 380 more words

Nanotechnology

Chapter Visit: Yale Chapter begins first attempt at full-semester rush

Normally, the worst part of traveling to Yale is having to go to the very back of Terminal E (so the last gate in the back of the airport) at DFW and then having to race to change terminals in Charlotte (which I surprisingly didn’t have to do this time.) The five hours in the air and hour-long drive from Hartford to New Haven, CT doesn’t bother me as much. 901 more words

Beta Upsilon Chi

His nonchalant manner memorable; his smile unforgettable .... a chance meeting in the rain

    

It’s just an ordinary plain brown non-descript bag, not a talking point, not a great statement, not even pretty. But when you put groceries in and carry it from the store to home in the USA – it transforms itself into an iconic piece of American culture. 439 more words

Dante Brings Feel-Good Factor Back To Football

By Dave Burnham, September 14, 2014

Football is a game of contrasts – the joy of victory, the agony of defeat and so many other overused clichés. 814 more words

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Dante Brings Feel-Good Factor Back To Football

Football is a game of contrasts – the joy of victory, the agony of defeat and so many other overused clichés. In contrast to the dark underbelly of football highlighted by the Ray Rice domestic violence saga and Adrian Peterson’s charges of reckless or negligent injury of his four-year-old son, the feel-good-factor news story of the week comes from Yale University in Connecticut. 760 more words

Sport

Day 107: All Grown Up

Today was my niece’s first day of Kindergarten and I got to hear all about how excited (and tired) she was over Skype. It is unbelievable that she is already starting Kindergarten, considering I was a sophomore in high school when she was born. 109 more words

Family/Home

Yale Chaplain Explains Resignation After Oped About Israel and Anti-Semitism

Yale University Episcopal chaplain Bruce Shipman says three sentences cost him his job.

In a short letter to the New York Times late August, Shipman responded to an op-ed by Deborah E. 923 more words