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James E. Rothman, ’71 B.S., the Fergus F. Wallace Professor of Biomedical Sciences, and professor and chair of the Department of Cell Biology at Yale University, was awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work on how molecular messages are transmitted inside and outside of our cells, the Royal Swedish National Academy announced today (Oct.7). Rothman, who is also professor of chemistry at Yale, shares the prize with Randy Schekman of the University of California, Berkeley and Thomas Südhof of Stanford University.
E24 Lounge, E24A & E24B in the Betsey Cushing Whitney Group Study Center can now be booked through an online reservation system.
· Rooms are for the use of two or more persons
· Book a room for up to FOUR consecutive hours; eight hours total per person per day
· Book up to EIGHT weeks in advance
The YalePrint UniPrint system is now fully functional and the preferred system for printing, copying and scanning in the Medical Library. This change brings us in line with printing and copying services in other Yale Libraries and campus locations. CCP, our former vendor, has generously agreed to keep one printer and one copier onsite through October 15 in order to accomodate those users who still have funds on the copycards. We encourage you to use your current balances as soon as possible and to not add additional value to CCP copycards.
EndNote is a bibliographic management and publishing solution used by millions of researchers, librarians, and students worldwide. The software is now available at no cost to Yale affiliates through the ITS Software Library - http://its.yale.edu/software-technology
The Library offers hands-on instructional classes for EndNote: