Women with breast cancer genes risk relapse with conservative therapies
Women with cancer-causing genes who choose lumpectomy and radiation therapy appear to have an increased risk of getting a second tumor in the treated breast five to 10 years after treatment, a Yale study finds.
Ex-Secretary of State describes greatest foreign policy challenges facing the U.S.
The United States' conduct of foreign policy under President Clinton has been characterized by a "disturbing lack of clarity and consistency," former Secretary of State James A. Baker III said in his George Herbert Walker Lecture at Yale on Sept. 29.
Researchers discover animals will
shun others with infectious diseases
A new study by Yale scientists has found that animals can recognize and stay away from other animals that may infect them with a disease.
Exhibit will offer Yale community
a peek at libraries' treasures
While their shelves are packed with literally millions of volumes, there's more -- lots more -- to Yale's libraries than just books.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
HHS Secretary to talk about Medicare, privacy issues
NY governor, UPenn president are year's first Chubb Fellows
Solicitor General Waxman to speak at Law Reunion
Conference to explore 'dilemma' over use of cost-benefit analysis to make policy decisions
Headstone dedication will highlight Divinity Convocation
Goethe's contributions to science, modern culture celebrated
Grant supports STAR program to promote success in sciences
Scientists studying how animals move in perfect tandem
Two-part sculpture coming together for first time at Yale center
Human figure and landscape explored in Asian art exhibit
Exhibit features works of Chinese artist who mixes Western and Eastern styles and symbols
Yale hosts day-long conference on Asian studies
Stalin's secret plans to invade Alaska among topics
discussed at international conference on Cold War
Yale launching annual United Way fundraising drive
Series focuses on slavery in early U.S. and the Middle Ages
Drug for glaucoma will be tested in clinical trial at the medical school
Medical program will focus on topic
of breast cancer
German scholar to speak to local Humboldt chapter members
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|Students returned this fall to a renovated Berkeley College featuring a refurbished dining hall. A ceremony on Sept. 29 officially marked the residential college's reopening.|
Susan Solomon, senior scientist of the Aeronomy Laboratory of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) at Colorado, has been named the Zucker Environmental Fellow for the fall. As the new fellow, Solomon will present two talks in the coming week.