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Marie Curie symposium celebrates contributions of women scientists
Yale is hosting a conference Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 6-8 highlighting the impact of women scientists historically and addressing the scientific challenges for the 21st century.
Yale hailed as good workplace
. . . For commuters, by EPA
. . . For scientists, by researchers
Yale team joins $36 million
Yale researchers are taking part in a $36 million, three-year pilot study that will test efficient, high-throughput methods for identifying, locating and fully analyzing all of the functional elements contained in a set of DNA target regions.
Soup kitchen marks 20th year --
thanks to Yale volunteers
Every Wednesday morning as she heads into work, Beverly Waters stops by three Dunkin' Donut shops to pick up large boxes of leftover goods.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Campus events mark centennial of Walker Evans' birth
Visitor Center hosts day of family activities
NSF Graduate Fellows bringing love of science into city classrooms
Yale engineer has developed a cheaper way to create the crystals that are used in fiber optics
Drama School to stage Tennesee Williams' tale of redemption
Top CBS executive to discuss the network's new season
Exhibit marks centennial of Marie Curie's first Nobel Prize
Women scientists welcomed to Yale faculty at reception
Yale Art Gallery will mark opening of its second museum store
Symposium will explore issues related to the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer
Gilder Lehrman Center hosts conference on slavery and 'construction' of race
Service to honor botanist and forestry expert Bruce Stowe
Character and promise
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This portrait of Marie Curie is part of the exhibit at the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library that complements the conference.
Former Yale faculty member Walker Evans took this photograph of houses and billboards in 1936 in Atlanta. He taught at Yale for a decade before his death.