Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'University Information,' are now available on-line.
Yale delegates work to forge new collaborations in China
President Richard C. Levin and a delegation of Yale faculty and administrators recently returned from a trip to China, where they worked to further expand existing partnerships and to establish new ones.
Applications are up in University's first 'early action' year
Yale College has reported a 50% increase in early applications this year, reflecting the college's change from a binding "early decision" program to a non-binding "early action" program.
Voters are more influenced by political parties than by personal beliefs, says study
People vote on an issue based on the facts and their ideology, or personal beliefs, but they disregard both the facts and their personal beliefs when they are aware of their political party's position, according to a Yale study.
Dwight Hall launches fundraising campaign
Dwight Hall at Yale, the Center for Public Service and Social Justice, in collaboration with the University, has launched a major capital campaign to raise $6 million to preserve and renovate the historic Dwight Hall building and to enhance the center's endowment.
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Women astronauts tell how they realized dream of space travel
Event celebrates contributions of women scientists
Pfizer establishes fellowship in neuroscience to honor Goldman-Rakic
Faculty forum addresses issues affecting women in science, medicine
YaleGlobal marks one-year anniversary
Reporter to discuss 'shock and awe' of covering White House
Grant supports initiative to send doctors overseas
Scientists win funding to collect data on the rice genome
Grant supports team's creation of robot to help diagnose autism
Yale selected as nation's first site for cancer epidemiology training program
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Yale genetics professor Tian Xu, who is adviser to the University president on science and education in China, and Richard C. Levin visit one of the laboratories at the Fudan-Yale Biomedical Research Center.
As part of a symposium honoring the 100th anniversary of Marie Curie's first Nobel Prize, area high school students and their teachers were invited to campus for a morning of tours and presentations about the excitement of scientific research.