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Patents News In Yale - Google News

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Pushing the value of science
Barbados Today
Warde, a Yale graduate ? also an inventor of 12 patents and faculty director of a six weeks intensive programme for gifted, underrepresented minority high school seniors ? is a leading advocate for the inclusion and promotion of STEM programmes in ...



Wall Street doesn't have monopoly on the best and the brightest
Chicago Daily Herald
Over the last 35 years, Wall Street grew into outsize part of the American economy. The financial sector now accounts for one fifth of U.S. corporate profits, which puts it neck and neck with manufacturing, an industry that employs twice as many workers.



Who really invented the cotton gin?
Delta Farm Press
Henry Ogden Holmes, a blacksmith who worked on a South Carolina plantation, and Eli Whitney, a Yale graduate who served as a private tutor for the children of Gen. Nathaniel ... ?In 1796, Holmes came back and got a patent on a continuous flow cotton gin.





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