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What They're Making at the 'Maker Space'

The CEID encourages the Yale community to not only think outside the box, but even, if it’s called for, to invent a whole new box.

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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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Creating a New Kind of Metallic Glass

By shrinking samples of metallic glass to nanoscale size, Yale researchers have discovered they can create new materials with potentially new applications.

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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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New therapeutic strategies for organ transplants

By combining the use of drug-carrying nanoparticles with an organ-preserving machine, Yale researchers have developed a procedure that could help improve long-term outcomes for transplant recipients.

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Faculty Spotlight
Joan Feigenbaum
Grace Murray Hopper Professor of Computer Science and Economics

Joan Feigenbaum's research interests include Internet algorithms, computational complexity, security and privacy, and digital copyright. She has a long-standing interest in fundamental problems in complexity theory and cryptology, and she is co-inventor of the security-research area of "trust management." She has also worked on algorithms for massive data sets, particularly in network operations and business-to-consumer e-commerce.