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Co-evolution of genitalia in waterfowl
reveals 'war between the sexes'
A team of biologists at Yale and the University of Sheffield discovered anatomical details about the female reproductive tract in waterfowl that indicate that male and female anatomy have co-evolved in a "sexual arms race."
Study of Galápagos tortoises' DNA may locate mate for 'Lonesome George'
"Lonesome George," a giant Galápagos tortoise and conservation icon long thought to be the sole survivor of his species, may not be alone for much longer, according to a multinational team of researchers headed by investigators at Yale University.
Eighteen new Yale World Fellows named
President Richard C. Levin has announced the selection of the 2007 Yale World Fellows.
Health clinic staff among the winners of Elm-Ivy Awards
Individuals who have helped build town-gown ties were honored recently with Seton Elm-Ivy Awards.
Bringing a philosophical perspective to palliative care
A Pakistani woman is admitted to a New Haven hospital for cancer care. She is frightened and appears confused, which may be why she lapses into Urdu periodically as the medical team asks her questions. Her voice rises along with her anxiety.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
University breaks ground for its 'most green building'
Child Study Center recognized for leadership in autism research
Yale senior Rebekah Emanuel wins Simon Fellowship for Noble Purpose
Using molecular 'nanosyringe,' researchers demonstrate how to 'tag' tumors
Irish writer's play about Siamese twins wins Yale Drama Series award
When it comes to grades, giving is no easier than receiving, says panel
Talents of drama students showcased in Carlotta Festival
Biophysicist Steitz honored for ribosome research with Gairdner Award
CCL renovations on schedule; lawn to be used for Commencement
Project aims to improve financial services for those living in poverty
Pastoral leadership skills are focus of Center for Faith and Culture event
MacMillan Center honors the work of three Yale faculty members
Yale has highest number of sports teams honored by NCAA for academic progress
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The reproductive organs of male and female waterfowl such as the ducks pictured here have co-evolved to create an "exquisite anti-lock-and-key system."
During her time in Uganda, Rebekah Emanuel (right) worked at an AIDS hospice.