Doctor Who Battled Coronavirus Turns to Twitter With His Experience

“We have to consider social media as a new way, an alternative way to learn.” Dr. Yale Tung Chen, an emergency medicine physician at an academic hospital in Madrid who recovered after battling Covid-19 alongside his family, is now grateful to be back at work. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2TwO8Gm QUICKTAKE ON SOCIAL: Follow … Read more Doctor Who Battled Coronavirus Turns to Twitter With His Experience

How can racism and alleged police brutality in the US be brought to an end? I Inside Story

Anger and unrest have spread across cities in the United States over the police killing of yet another unarmed African American. Like others, the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis was caught on video and went viral online. Images of police officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on Floyd’s neck for several minutes, leading to Floyd’s death, … Read more How can racism and alleged police brutality in the US be brought to an end? I Inside Story

Yale’s Shiller Not Surprised by Divergence Between Markets, Economy

May.26 — Nobel laureate Robert Shiller, Yale University professor of economics, discusses the divergence between the U.S. stock market and the underlying economy and comments on recent trends in the housing market. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Vonnie Quinn and Matt Miller on “Bloomberg Markets.”

The Point: How to stop science skepticism?

As disagreements continue over the coronavirus and the best responses to the pandemic, we turn to the scientists and ask what the world should be doing. How hopeful are the latest tests? What needs to be done most and where? Guests: Sten H. Vermund Dean, Yale School of Public Health Subscribe to us on YouTube: … Read more The Point: How to stop science skepticism?

Trade War Is Now a Coronavirus War With China, Says Roach

May.22 — Stephen Roach, senior lecturer at Yale School of Management and former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, talks about China’s deteriorating relationship with the U.S. because of the coronavirus and China’s push to introduce new security laws in Hong Kong. He appears on “Bloomberg Markets.”

The Point: Diagnosing COVID-19 patients: Significance and challenges

In this episode, we will talk to Dr. Lisa Sanders, a medical columnist for the New York Times who has inspired the hit medical drama “House.”Last year her passion for diagnosis was brought on screen in a Netflix medical mystery documentary series. #covid19 #coronavirus Guests: Dr. Lisa Sanders, Associate Professor in General Internal Medicine at … Read more The Point: Diagnosing COVID-19 patients: Significance and challenges

Too early to ease up on lockdowns – Yale microbiologist | SophieCo. Visionaries

The world is gradually rolling back lockdown measures, as the coronavirus pandemic shows a faint sign of easing off. We talked about this with Paul Turner, the Rachel Carson professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at Yale University, and professor of microbiology at Yale School of Medicine. Follow @SophieCo_RT Instagram Sophieco.visionaries Podcast https://soundcloud.com/rttv/sets/sophieco-visionaries Subscribe to … Read more Too early to ease up on lockdowns – Yale microbiologist | SophieCo. Visionaries

Ramadan 2020: Mosques in Pakistan remain open

“The power in #Pakistan resides with the clergy, not the government.” Pakistan correspondent for The Diplomat Umair Jamal denounces the decision to leave mosques open during #Ramadan, even while in Saudi Arabia, authorities have ordered them shut. Abdul-Rehman Malik Lecturer in Islamic Studies, Yale Divinity School agrees. He points to the broad consensus across the Islamic … Read more Ramadan 2020: Mosques in Pakistan remain open

“The Ivy league Tournament Being Cancelled Doesn’t Solve Anything” | Tiki + Tierney

Tiki and Tierney discuss the Ivy league’s decision to cancel its conference tournament and give Yale an automatic bid. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBSSports FOLLOW US ON: Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/CBSSports/ Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/cbssports/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/CBSSports

Yale’s Shiller on Economic Fallout From Virus, Fed Policy and Housing

Mar.09 — Nobel laureate Robert Shiller, Yale University professor of economics, discusses the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak, the Federal Reserve’s possible policy response and the state of the housing market. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu and Romaine Bostick on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”

Harvard , Yale accused of failing to report millions of foreign funding

Authorities have accused US’ top universities of failing to report millions of dollars of funding from states like Russia, China and Iran. Despite the scrutiny, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has extended its partnership with Russian technology research institute Scoltech. Though that co-operation has raised U.S. concerns ever since it was launched. Subscribe to RT! … Read more Harvard , Yale accused of failing to report millions of foreign funding

What happens now after Donald Trump’s impeachment trial?

‘Victory on the impeachment hoax’ – the reaction of Donald Trump at the end of his trial in the US Senate. The president was charged with abusing his power by pressuring Ukraine to investigate rival Joe Biden, then obstructing a Congressional investigation into what happened. Neither articles of impeachment received enough votes to remove Trump … Read more What happens now after Donald Trump’s impeachment trial?