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marks opening of new wing
There will be a scientific symposium at the School of Medicine on Thursday, Oct. 23, to celebrate the opening of the Department of Pharmacology's new wing and renovated laboratories.
Revolution in biology leads
department onto a new path
Joseph Schlessinger joined the Yale faculty two years ago when he was appointed the William H. Prusoff Professor and chair of the Department of Pharmacology.
Yale celebrates 300th anniversary
of renowned Russian city
This month, Yale is joining the city of St. Petersburg in celebrating its 300th anniversary and its literary, artistic and musical heritage with a three-day international conference, exhibitions and a concert by the Yale Russian Chorus.
Staff reveal their artistic side
in city-wide festival
From one end of the campus to another -- and working in fields as varied as psychiatry, engineering, law and information technology -- there are Yale staff members who also spend their time creating art.
Evidence of devastating volcano
found in tortoises' genes
A major volcanic eruption about 100,000 years ago has been recorded in the genes of giant Galapagos tortoises whose ancestors survived the eruption, Yale researchers report in a recent issue of Science.
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Team discovers possible drug target for metastatic cancer
Despite adversity, Chinese researcher brings his love of science to Yale
School of Management is honored for its mission of preparing future leaders for a changing world
Half of children studied choose toys over sweets for trick-or-treat, say researchers
Series will examine issues of illness and health in the African diaspora
Seminars and exhibits honor contributions of Yale ecologist
'Writing in Circles' is theme of this year's Dwight Terry Lectures
Infants' ability to predict actions may emerge as early as 12 months
Sessions to explore prospects, potential of biotechnology
Russian Singing Angels to perform in benefit concert on campus
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The five-floor B-Wing Extension provides new laboratory, office, conference and break room spaces for the Department of Pharmacology.
The G. n. vandenburghi tortoises have lower genetic variability than other Galapagos tortoise populations, say researchers.