Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'University Information' and 'Yale & New Haven: A Progress Report,' are now available on-line.
Yale received a $18.1 million award to establish one of 10 National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) Proteomics Centers that will develop innovative proteomic technologies to diagnose and treat heart, lung, blood and sleep disorders.
The University Library has launched a pilot program that allows members of the Yale community to communicate with Yale reference librarians in real time over the World Wide Web (WWW).
It's not unusual for spectators at Yale's women's cross-country meets to wonder if they might be seeing double as the pack of runners charge by.
A special supplement devoted to recent scientific activities at Yale.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Engineering alumni ponder the field's future
Tetelman Fellow describes engineering's role in drug development
Cosby to take part in Teachers Institute benefit
Exhibit explores differing ideologies of two renowned architects
Physicist offers 'Yogi Berra' guide to quantum world
Iroquois singer, workshops highlight tribute to Native American culture
NSF grant to Peabody Museum will help bring Machu Picchu to life
Religious divide is topic of former senator John Danforth's talk
Works capture pain and joy of life in Africa
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Twin sisters (from left) Alexandra and Nadia Sawicki and Laura and Kate O'Neill all have different personalities, but each woman's team spirit makes her "an ideal person to have on our team," says cross-country coach Mark Young.
Entertainer Bill Cosby will join humorist Calvin Trillin at a benefit for the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute.