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As we all reflect on the challenges presented by COVID-19 pandemic, faculty, students, alumni/ae, and friends of Yale Divinity School look to Orishatukeh Faduma (1894 B.D) to gain insight and learn from his efforts to assist the residents of Sierra Leone to make...
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Indian states are deploying a new policy tool that shows potential to reduce their high air-pollution levels, which are estimated to have caused nearly 1.7 million deaths, or 18% of all Indian deaths, in 2019. The policy tool — an emissions trading system (ETS) known as...
New research by an international team of scientists from the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) and the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation in Brazil among others has found vaccination highly effective in protecting the elderly during an epidemic where the COVID-19 Gamma v...
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Poorer households in India are bearing a disproportional impact from pollution caused by others, a new study by Yale School of the Environment Associate Professor of Energy Systems Narasimha Rao has found. The study, published in the journal Nature Sustainability, is the firs...
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Yale has received a $15 million, five-year U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) award to advance research utilization in Liberia’s health sector. This award will fund the continuation of Yale’s strong partnership with the University of Liberia and Vand...
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The new Fulbright Distinguished Scholar Award in Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at Yale University will give one $30,000 award for a Brazilian scholar to spend one academic semester per year lecturing and researching beginning in the fall term 2022 or spring term 2023 f...
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India ranks 140th among 156 Nations in the World Economic Forum’s 2021 Gender Gap Index and is only ahead of Pakistan and Afghanistan in South Asia with some of the world’s lowest labor force participation rates. In their latest research, Yale economists  ...
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Yale’s Environmental Leadership & Training Initiative (ELTI) recently finalized a series of short videos highlighting courses delivered in partnership with International Union for Conservation of Nature in Togo, Madagascar and Ethiopia for environmental dec...
International Collaboration
A team of scientists from Yale-NUS College, ETH Zurich, and Yale University have discovered how leafbirds make complex color-producing crystals with highly desirable optical and electronic properties. These crystals may serve as inspiration for multifunctional application...

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