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Yale opens PET Center
Yale officially opened its state-of-the-art Yale Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Research Center for molecular imaging with a ceremony held on Jan. 18 at the Anlyan Center auditorium.
Music historian wins Mellon Award
Yale music historian Ellen Rosand has won a Distinguished Achievement Award from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, which will enable her to create a Baroque opera company for Yale undergraduates.
Urry: Physics has 'transformed
the way we live'
C. Megan Urry, who will become the first female chair in the physical sciences at Yale on July 1, has earned renown both for her research on super-massive black holes and for her efforts to expand the options for and increase the number of women and minorities in the physical sciences.
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Yale studies cited among top 10 breakthroughs of 2006
Office of Business Transition to help lead transformation of Yale's financial services
In Memoriam: Henry Broude, adviser to three Yale presidents
Junior faculty member Glenn Micalizio named Eli Lilly Grantee
Conference to explore documentary films on Iraq war
Exhibit features recent work by British painter Howard Hodgkin
Saybrook College to host teas with four distinguished journalists
Malaysian artist's work in batik is featured in ISM exhibition
Reopening gala kicks off center's Black History Month events
Sterling Library exhibit showcases images of 'Disappearing Africa'
English department to present staged reading of four plays by Harold Pinter
Study questions use of addictive opioids for long-term treatment of back pain
The impact of open standards to be explored
DeVane Lectures location changed
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Meg Urry says researchers in the physical sciences are "a very curious and determined bunch of people who won't let go until we figure something out."
The works on view in the exhibit of recent art by Howard Hodgkin include small, intimate pieces and large paintings, such as "Performance Art," pictured above.