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Summer program will send
students to Singapore
As part of its commitment to increase opportunities for study abroad, Yale has launched a new program allowing students to take five weeks of summer classes for credit at the National University of Singapore (NUS).
Scientists say sediment layer may forecast greatest earthquakes
Researchers at Yale and the University of Washington report that great earthquakes, like the one in Sumatra in 2004, may be caused by the build-up of sediment on top of subduction zones, suggesting a new way to forecast these most severe earthquakes.
Yale receives $5.4 million NIH grant to study rapidly spreading parasitic disease
Yale researchers have been awarded a $5.4 million National Institutes of Health grant for the study of a parasitic disease that affects thousands of children each year.
Trips to Afghanistan kindle student's love of parents' homeland
Before the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Hyder Akbar was living the life of a typical high school teenager: contemplating college, playing video games at his home in a San Francisco suburb, hanging out with friends and listening to music on his disc player -- especially to his extensive collection of U2 CDs.
'How many deaths? ... How many injuries?'
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale composer is elected the president of scholarly academy
Symposium pays tribute to noted architect Philip Johnson
Film explores evolution vs. intelligent design
Yale affiliates to be among featured guests at LEAP fundraising dinner
New test uses amniotic fluid to predict possibility of premature birth
Sex of fetus shown to affect severity of symptoms in women with asthma
Analyzing proteins in urine can help diagnose, classify preeclampsia
Exhibit, symposium focus on two 'Witnesses to War and Revolution'
The 60-year history of the United Nations is celebrated in new library exhibit
Expert on global environmental issues named Distinguished Visiting Fellow
Issues of chronic illness explored in international conferencective
Readings celebrate 'London's River' in verse and prose
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This photograph, from the cover of Hyder Akbar's book "Come Back to Afghanistan," shows the Yale junior during a visit to Kabul.
The new documentary film "Flock of Dodos: The Evolution-Intelligent Design Circus" will have an advance screening on Monday, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m. in Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse Ave.