Faculty and alumni gathered recently to dedicate The Class of 1954 Environmental Science Center, an interdisciplinary facility that is part of Yale's $500 million investment to maintain its research and teaching leadership in science and engineering.
The bones of a 40-foot crocodile that dined on dinosaurs and 12-foot-long fish have been discovered by researchers at Yale and at the University of Chicago in the Cretaceous rocks in Niger, Africa.
Yale scientists have successfully immunized mice against West Nile virus, raising the possibility of developing a vaccine for humans against the potentially fatal, mosquito-borne infection.
Journalist and social critic David Brooks is trying to figure out what it means to be American.
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Michael Dove is appointed Musser Professor of Social Ecology
Thomas Graedel named Musser Professor of Industrial Ecology
Yale Art Gallery receives gift of major work by Courbet
U.S. Senator James Jeffords to give talk
Noted journalist James Fallows to present annual Fryer Lecture
Estrogen therapy ineffective in preventing stroke, study finds
Noted statistician Francis J. Anscombe dies
Influential physician Dr. Alvan Feinstein dies
Symposium to explore Palestinian and Israeli cinemas
Yale affiliates invited to serve as Thanksgiving hosts
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The Class of 1954 Environmental Science Center was dedicated recently.
Scientists uncover the jaws of a 40-foot crocodile whose diet consisted of dinsoaurs.