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From ancient papyri and medieval manuscripts to the archived personal papers of modern writers, the Beinecke holds one of the largest and most dynamic collections of rare books and manuscripts in the world.
This week, Yale celebrates the grand opening of the Yale Science Building, which offers faculty and students seven stories and 280,300 square feet of newly finished space in which to answer some of the most important scientific questions of the 21st century.
Celebrating its five-year anniversary, the Yale Quantum Institute facilitates the research and teaching of quantum science on campus. Since October 2014, the institute has grown to host 60 public events, has 23 faculty members on its board, and spans across six departments at Yale.