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Study reveals why microbe
is a threat to troops in Iraq
Researchers at Yale have identified multiple pathogenic "alien islands" in the genome of the A. baumannii, the bacterium that has been responsible for new and highly drug-resistant infections in combat troops in the Middle East, according to a report in the March 1 issue of Genes and Development.
Seven Yale students win Gates Scholarships for study in Cambridge
Seven Yale students were among the 48 college students nationwide who were awarded prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarships for study at the University of Cambridge.
Reaching into the Past:
Rare Books at Yale Law School
Much has been made of the magical properties and immortality of a good book. In the 14th century, Chaucer espoused that from old books comes new science. In the 1800s Thomas Carlyle wrote "All that mankind has done, thought, gained or been: it is lying as in magic preservation in the pages of books."
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Team identifies gene that may cause autism in children
Yale Library honors 'sometimes shocking, always subtle' poet
Awards to fund scientists' work on robots, synapses and physics of light
Yale senior is honored with membership in USA Today's All-USA College Academic Team
Yale senior is finalist for inaugural ECAC Women's Hockey Student-Athlete Award
Important message to those traveling during spring break
Uric acid levels tied to impaired thinking in elderly
Conference on Japan to honor Yale scholar's legacy
Yale Cancer Center announces new medical director for medical oncology
Drama student Alvin McCraney wins first annual Vogel Playwriting Award
Video Games Live to perform with Yale Symphony Orchestra
A Hazy Shade of Winter
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A scanning electron microscope image of A. baumannii.
One of the Law Library's oldest and largest printed books, this copy of the "Decretum" was printed in 1471 (16 years after the Gutenberg Bible). The "Decretum" is considered one of the most important books about canon law.