Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
Yale launches podcast
library on iTunes
Free podcasts featuring University faculty and distinguished visitors to Yale speaking on a wide range of topics are now available through Apple's iTunes.
Japan gives top civilian
honor to Yale scholar
The government of Japan has bestowed its highest civilian honor on Koichi Hamada, the Tuntex Professor of Economics, a specialist in the Japanese economy and international economics.
Lin: Great care needed in
studying 'finicky' stem cells
Haifan Lin, the newly appointed director of the School of Medicine's stem cell program, has two immediate goals: to galvanize Yale's stem cell community and to hire new recruits to help advance the program.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale SOM renames center in honor of Ira Millstein, whose vision helped launch it
Grant supports research on risk factors for testicular cancer
Researchers to study age-related decline of sense of smell
University begins mandatory training for faculty involved with grants
Coat color may not be indicator of species in lemurs, say researchers
Scientists trace evolution of one of the earliest multi-cellular life forms
Study shows seat of emotions in the brain may also contribute to higher cognition
Troupe hopes to dispel stereotypes about ancient dance
Nobel laureate to give public lecture on campus
Colleagues to pay tribute to Bresnick in Carnegie Hall
T.P. Ma honored for pioneering work with semiconductors
Symposium will examine filmmaker's 'European period'
Panel will discuss reconciliation between Israelis, Palestinians
It is the jurists who will be judged at student mock trial tournament
Renowned painting to remain on view at British Art Center
Gala to raise funds for research, treatment of reproductive cancers
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Yale junior Kristen Windmuller (left) and graduate student Rebecca Berlow (foreground, right) lead one of the classes offered in Payne Whitney Gym by the Yale Bellydance Society.
Researchers have found that some lemurs, that might seem like they belong to different species because of their strikingly different coat colors, are not only genetically alike, but belong to the same species.