Posts Tagged ‘yale’

Yale New Haven Hospital Walking Maps

January 21, 2018

https://medicine.yale.edu/intmed/residency/traditional/interview/YNHHWalkingMap_2015_09_20_16_277413_284_39363_v1.pdf https://www.ynhh.org/locations/ynhh-walking-maps.aspx

The Bipartisan Quest for College-Endowment Reform – The Atlantic

December 17, 2017

Rather prescient
http://washingtonmonthly.com/magazine/septemberoctober-2017/ivy-league-endowments-under-fire/

Yale Professors Race Google and IBM to the First Quantum Computer

December 16, 2017

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“Based just down the road from Yale in New Haven, Conn., and backed by $18 million in funding from the venture capital firm Sequoia Capital and others, the start-up is another sign that quantum computing — for decades a distant dream of the world’s computer scientists — is edging closer to reality.”
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https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/13/technology/quantum-computing-research.html

Treasures on Chapel Street

December 11, 2017

https://messages.yale.edu/messages/University/univmsgs/detail/163020

Soundview Family YMCA | Central Connecticut Coast YMCA

December 10, 2017

http://www.cccymca.org/locations/soundview/

Putting the precise in precision medicine > Features > Autumn 2017 | Yale Medicine

November 22, 2017

http://ymm.yale.edu/autumn2017/features/feature/317720/

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Center co-director Mark B. Gerstein, Ph.D., the Albert L. Williams Professor of Biomedical Informatics, explains that succeeding with what researchers term “Big Data” requires “real thought about standards, the uniform collection of data, the distribution of samples, and the presentation and packaging of results.” After three years of planning, Gerstein and co-director Hongyu Zhao, Ph.D., a geneticist and the Ira V. Hiscock Professor of Biostatistics, have assembled a kind of central clearinghouse for research and development of these issues, particularly cloud computing and privacy, as well as for education and bridge-building collaboration on university, national, and international levels. “Our mission is really about connecting and coordinating the people and resources already here, and becoming a way to recruit the scientists we want to attract in the future for the Big Data initiatives we want to participate in,” says Gerstein. “We expect the center to have a very broad impact.” “}}

Sweet taste, not just calories, dictates metabolic response | YaleNews

September 30, 2017

Sweet taste, not just calories, dictates metabolic response
https://News.Yale.edu/2017/08/10/sweet-taste-not-just-calories-dictates-metabolic-response May explain link betw. diabetes & artificial #sweeteners

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“When sweet taste and calories do not align, the body’s metabolism is fooled, a finding that may help explain the link between artificial sweetener use and diabetes, a new Yale University study has found.” “}}

Training Calendar | Research Data Support

September 16, 2017

http://researchdata.yale.edu/training-calendarthe Research Data Support website has published a unified calendar for data and research skills training provided by the Library, Center for Research Computing, Medical Library, and Center for Teaching and Learning.

Using Mobile Devices With Workday | Workday@Yale Training

August 27, 2017

http://workday.training.yale.edu/training-materials/using-mobile-devices-workday
iphone app appears to work….

Pools in the New Haven Area

August 27, 2017

Notes on local INDOOR swimming pools:

* Cheshire Community Pool
Great pool, lots of room, pay per swim
http://www.cheshirect.org/recreation-and-leisure/community-pool/

* JCC of Greater New Haven
Membership for this pool? ~$30 for adults?
(allows 1-day visiting swim w/o membership)
A bit crowded during open swim.
https://www.jccnh.org
JCC is located at 360 Amity Road, Woodbridge, CT.

* Soundview (Branford) YMCA Pool
Requires a membership, but it has two pools and usually a lot of space http://www.cccymca.org/locations/soundview/

* Hamden Hall’s pool
Only open for HH affiliated people or for large group bookings

* Small pool (~15 yds) at the Guilford Racquet and Swim club https://www.guilfordracquet.com/page.lasso?p=content-swim
other than this, there is no public pool in Guilford

* Yale Swimming Pool
Requires a membership, but the third
floor pool is usually pretty spacious (50 LCM) and doesn’t use as much chlorine as other pools (it uses UV light instead)