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Yale University

Since its founding in 1701, Yale has been dedicated to expanding and sharing knowledge, inspiring innovation, and preserving cultural and scientific information for future generations.

Yale’s reach is both local and international. It partners with its hometown of New Haven, Connecticut to strengthen the city’s community and economy. And it engages with people and institutions across the globe in the quest to promote cultural understanding, improve the human condition, delve more deeply into the secrets of the universe, and train the next generation of world leaders.

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Researchers at Yale and Donghua University in China have developed a new process for creating lithium metal that may boost the energy and capacity of rechargeable batteries.
A global research team found significant disparities in lung cancer care and survival between the United States and England.
A genome-wide analysis of more than 5,000 opioid users has revealed a gene variant associated with opioid dependence in European-Americans.
A serum developed by Yale researchers reduces infection from malaria in mice, according to a new study. The serum works by attacking a protein in the saliva of the mosquitos infected with the malaria parasite rather than the parasite itself.
Yale undergraduate Dhikshitha Balaji launched a blog called "Why Didn't I Know This?" to share her thoughts on women’s health.
People with stage III colon cancer who regularly eat nuts are at significantly lower risk of cancer recurrence and mortality than those who don’t, according to a new, large study led by researchers at Yale Cancer Center.
Peter Salovey, president of Yale University, argues that the best way to transcend ideology is to teach students, regardless of their majors, to think like scientists.
To correct misconceptions many Americans have about the cost of higher education, student debt, students and the value of a Liberal Arts degree, educators "must do a better job of communicating what our institutions contribute to students and to society," says Peter Salovey, president of Yale University.
Older persons who have acquired positive beliefs about aging from their surrounding culture are less likely to develop dementia, a new study shows. 
The Presidents of Yale and the University of Texas at Austin argue that the nation must do more to help to low-income students attend America's best colleges and universities.