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Yale Engineering  Magazine is Now Online

The history of Yale's BME Department, computation linguistics, green engineering, socially assistive robots, brain-inspired chips, and much more. It's all in the latest issue of Yale Engineering.

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Studying the Health Effects of Fracking

An interdisciplinary team of Yale researchers will investigate the impact of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water quality and neonatal health outcomes within the Appalachian Basin.

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Enhancing Solar Power

Diatoms, a kind of algae that reproduces prodigiously, have been called “the jewels of the sea” for their ability to manipulate light. Now, researchers hope to harness that property to boost solar technology.

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Controlling Block Polymers with a $20 Magnet

Yale researchers have discovered a technique for modifying self-assembled polymers that allows their structure to be controlled precisely using small low-cost magnets.

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Mining Energy from New Materials

Prof. Judy Cha's research on chalcogenides could be key to developing a practical form of water-splitting.

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Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science

Faculty Spotlight
W. Mark Saltzman
Goizueta Foundation Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Chemical & Environmental Engineering & Physiology

W. Mark Saltzman's research is motivated by the desire to create safer and more effective medical and surgical therapy. He focuses on tissue engineering and on creating better methods for drug delivery. The Saltzman Research Group has developed technology based on the use of bio-compatible polymeric materials for the controlled delivery of drugs, proteins, and genes.