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Yale delegates to visit China
President Richard C. Levin will lead a delegation of 100 Yale students, faculty and administrators to China this spring at the invitation of President Hu Jintao of China.
Team casts new light on roots
of primate family tree
A Yale researcher was part of a team of scientists that has shed new light on the origins and earliest stages of primate evolution, showing that the roots of the primate family tree are 10 million years older than previously estimated.
Study boosts theory that a virus causes 'mad cow' disease
A new study by Yale School of Medicine ,researchers bolsters the alternative view that a virus causes spongiform encephalopathies of the brain, such as "mad cow" and Creutzfeldt-Jakob (CJD) disease, rather than prion proteins, which are normally produced throughout life.
Recent graduates tackling key Yale projects as Woodbridge Fellows
As undergraduates, Yusuf Samara '05, Ricardo Sandoval '06 and Lauren Thompson '05 were committed to helping Yale provide the best possible community for its students, and were equally devoted to extracurricular pursuits aimed at improving life beyond the University, including in its home city of New Haven.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Federal grant to fund ongoing, multidisciplinary research on autism
Coliseum collapse was barely a blip, seismologically speaking
Yale Journalism Initiative to provide support for summer work
Divinity School events to explore the Black church, theological education and African-American music
Symposium will examine 'The Ethics of Photography'
Third annual blood drive pits Bulldogs against Crimsons
In Memoriam: Asger Hartvig Aaboe
Drug company Marinus is focus of seminar
Dr. Edward Chu has been appointed as deputy director of the Yale Cancer Cente
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Recently discovered skeletons of plesiadapiform species, including Ignacius clarkforkensis, depicted here, show that the ancient creatures were primitive primates, according to a new study.
The demolition of New Haven's Veterans Memorial Coliseum drew thousands downtown to see the implosion. It also inspired Yale scientists to measure the event's earth-shaking impact.