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Three alumni named Yale trustees
President Richard C. Levin has announced the appointment of three new trustees to the Yale Corporation, the governing board of the institution.
NAS honors researchers' work in molecular biology, psychology
Two Yale faculty members -- Ronald Breaker and Marvin Chun -- have won awards from the National Academy of Sciences (NAS).
Building Yale ties in the Middle East
A Yale delegation traveled to five countries in the Middle East during December in an effort to promote the University in the region.
CPTV show looks at creation
A documentary about the creation of the bronze Torosaurus statue now standing outside Yale's Peabody Museum of Natural History will be shown on CPTV this week.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
U.S. lags in ranking of nations' environmental performance
Project to make scientific literature available for free to developing countries
New alliance to foster university collaborations
Exhibit features abstract scenes of London by John Virtue
Smaller paintings by John Virtue will be
on view at JE College
Study finds no link between soda consumption, esophageal cancer
F&ES makes progress on efforts to become more 'green'
Lab's research on riboswitches may lead to new kinds of antibiotics
Team's research shows that stress in infancy puts female rats at higher risk for addiction
Alumnae's artwork depicts Yale 'Encounters and Memories'
In Memoriam: Michael Wallerstein, noted research scholar on economic equality
Symposium will look at the use of new materials in modern sculpture
Bockenstedt named director of professional development at medical school
Yale nurse devoted to HIV/AIDS treatment and education in China is honored at conference there
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The Peabody's Torosaurus, pictured here on the day it was unveiled, is the first full-sized public work of a dinosaur in New England. A new CPTV documentary shows how it was made.
Among the works featured in the exhibit "Encounters and Memories" at Davenport College will be the watercolor and pencil work "Trunks" by Rebecca Newman.