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YaleNews | Yale People: Junior's passion for science leads to seven ...
Yale News
Samantha Marquez '18 looks at the model of her Cellodoisome. She began the project in seventh grade as a class assignment. When she was in eighth grade, ...

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YaleNews | Ronald Breaker named Sterling Professor of Molecular ...
Yale News
Ronald R. Breaker, newly named as a Sterling Professor of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, is one of the world's experts on the diversity and ...

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The Law Is A Zoo In New Exhibit
New Haven Independent
One of the cutest shows ? and certainly the most moo-velous in all New Haven ? is in the most unlikely of places: The Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale's law school at 127 Wall St. There, in that quiet subterranean sanctum of law tomes, inside two ...



ITC: Licensee Investments May Satisfy Domestic Industry Requirement
IPWatchdog.com
SciGen is a non-practicing licensor of a patented process for manufacturing silicon-on-insulator wafers. Their licensees include SunEdison Semiconductor, Ltd (?SunEdison?) and Shin-Etsu Chemical. SciGen filed a complaint on May 25, 2016 to request an ...





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