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Yale University in lockdown after reports of gunman seen in area

New Haven - Yale University is under lockdown after reports came in of a gunman. Police are searching the Ivy League school's campus in New Haven, Connecticut.
In the Media by Lesley Lanir - 1 comment

Benjamin Franklin expert, Claude-Anne Lopez, dies at 92

New Haven - Author, scholar, and editor-in-chief of Yale University's Franklin papers died Friday at her New Haven home at the age of 92.
In the Media by Layne Weiss - 1 comment

Extinct giant tortoise believed alive on Galapagos Island

One of the species of giant tortoises found on the Galapagos Islands which was believed to have become extinct around 150 years ago is still alive and well, with around 84 hybrid members living on a volcano on Isabela Island.
In the Media by Amanda Payne - 1 comment

Scientists create new 'anti-laser' device

Invented over 50 years ago the laser has long been a hero of both science fiction and the real world. Now scientists at Yale University have invented its antithesis, the anti-laser, capable of trapping and cancelling laser beams.
In the Media by Kimberley Pollock - 4 comments

Yale scientists develop new method for watching paint dry

Anyone who’s ever painted anything, from home handymen to the major auto manufacturers, has had the experience of finishing a paint job only have the shiny new coating peel off. But now researchers have found out how to zoom in on coatings.
In the Media by Martin Laine - 1 comment

Ancient painting found in basement at Yale may be a Velázquez

New Haven - Reports on the finding published in the Spanish media and in the online edition of "Ars Magazine" put forward the hypothesis that the painting "Education of the Virgin" is a work from the Seville period of the Spanish genius Diego Velásquez.
In the Media by Igor I. Solar - 1 comment

English-Only Policy Gets Bookstore in Hot Water

An English-only policy at the Atticus Bookstore and Cafe, a landmark establishment on the outskirts of the Yale University campus, has brought harsh criticism for the management and at least one worker has been fired as a result of the policy.
In the Media by Martin Laine - 17 comments

Body found inside walls of Yale assumed to be missing Annie Le

A body has been discovered in the walls of a Yale laboratory police have reported tonight. The remains are believed to be Annie Le who was last seen at the lab on Tuesday.
In the Media by Cynthia Trowbridge - 2 comments

Yale Student Falsely Claims to Create Art from Blood Of Self-Induced Abortions

Aliza Shvarts, a Yale University student claims to have artificially inseminating herself "as often as possible" so that she could become pregnant and then use herbs to cause abortions and used the blood from those abortions to create "art".
In the Media by Susan Duclos - 8 comments

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In the anti-laser  incoming light waves are trapped in a cavity where they bounce back and forth unt...
Photo courtesy of Yale / Yidong Chong
In the anti-laser, incoming light waves are trapped in a cavity where they bounce back and forth until they are eventually absorbed. Their energy is dissipated as heat.
A woman walks through the Old Campus at Yale University in New Haven  Connecticut
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A woman walks through the Old Campus at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut

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