Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
BPA in plastic food containers
harmful to brain, says study
Low doses of the environmental contaminant bisphenol-A (BPA) -- widely used to make many plastics found in food storage containers, including feeding bottles for infants -- can impair brain function, leading to learning disabilities and age-related neurodegenerative diseases, according to Yale researchers and colleagues.
FORE! Scientist's invention
helps add zing to golf swing
Yale scientist Robert D. Grober has combined his passion for golf and his professional expertise to produce a unique and effective real-time audio biofeedback device for teaching and training golf.
Festival offers family fun
and cultural activities
The ties between and diversity of the Yale and New Haven communities will once again be celebrated by the University during a day-long event that combines the annual Communiversity Day activities and an International Cultural Festival.
Lynch uses technological know-how to create
his vivid illustrations of coastal fish and fowl
The digital world has changed so much in the 12 years since Patrick Lynch first developed an animated computer program simulating a bird in flight that his creation is no longer useable.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Research sheds more light on brain's role in face recognition
Former Mexican president Ernesto Zedillo to give a public lecture
Activist Peruvian theater troupe in residence during April
Olympic soccer star to talk about 'Going for Gold' as Kiphuth Fellow
Grants support special initiatives of the Yale Library
Conference participants aim to re-envision the American Constitution for the year 2020
'Simply Ming!' chef will give campus talk
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEWS
Symposium will address the 'disconnect' between research and policy on issues related to children's well-being
Conference to explore Korean-American relations and ways to enhance cultural understanding
Conference to explore wide-ranging impact of parliamentary rule
Yale Press book co-authored by F&ES scholar chosen as best book of the year
Scholars explored the themes of tradition and modernity at Yale-Peking conference
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Professor Robert Grober practices his swing using his new invention, a golf club that uses audio feedback to help golfers improve their swing.
A fashion show of cultural dress will be among the activities at the combined Communiversity Day and International Cultural Festival celebration.