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University will work to curb
greenhouse gas emissions
Yale leaders have announced that the University will seek to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 10% below 1990 levels through investment in energy conservation and alternate energy sources.
From bones to bronze:
When the white shroud is lifted off the massive, 7,350-pound bronze sculpture of Torosaurus in front of the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, the team of museum staff, artisans and volunteers who worked on the project in its various stages over a five-year period will have answers to some of their final questions about the prehistoric beast.
Yale participating in
human genome initiative
Yale is a founding member of the Genome-Wide RNAi Global Initiative, an alliance of top international biomedical research centers formed to speed scientific and medical discoveries that target genes of the entire human genome.
Former World Fellows will
return to campus for forum
World leaders who are alumni of the Yale World Fellows Program will return to campus to meet with this year's participants and discuss pressing global issues Wednesday-Saturday, Oct. 19-22.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Literary theorist wins Israel's EMET Prize for contributions
'Aesthetics & Politics' in Pakistan to be explored
Experts to address global warming at conference
Treasures from Yale's Collections
Panel to focus on debate over career vs. motherhood
Event honors Jacques Derrida, originator of 'deconstruction'
Chemistry department symposium to celebrate opening of building
Events pay tribute to former University printer Greer Allen
Yale Books in Brief
Edward Kaplan has been designated as an INFORMS fellow
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Unlike dated images of dinosaurs as slow and dim-witted, the Torosaurus statue at the Yale Peabody Museum imagines the beast as sleek, muscular and "fairly intelligent."
This untitled work was created via a collaboration between Pakistani artists Saira Wasim, Talha Rathore, Muhammad Imran Qureshi, Hasnat Mehmood, Aisha Khalid and Nusra Latif Qureshi.