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Study shows rare genes have
big impact on blood pressure
Yale researchers have discovered that rare genetic variants can be associated
with a dramatically lower risk of developing high blood pressure in the general
Yale volunteers once again to lend a helping hand to city non-profits
Faculty, staff and students from all over the campus will team up to paint,
plant, clean up parks and provide other forms of support to a wide range of
local non-profit organizations on the fifth annual Yale Community Service Day,
which is being held this year on Saturday, April 26.
Studies suggest women, but not men, lose status in the workplace when they get
Whether you are running for president or looking for a clerical job, you
cannot afford to get angry if you are a woman, Yale psychologist Victoria Brescoll
More trees are now lining Prospect Street, thanks to the efforts of the Urban Resources Initiative (URI) at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES).
Info still pending on gathering
At press time, details are still being worked out regarding the public talks
that will be presented by Nobel laureate R.K. Pachauri and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
during the Conference of Governors on climate change taking place at Yale on
Thursday and Friday, April 17 and 18.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Scientists’ crystal structure provides view of RNA splicing mechanism
State grants will advance stem cell research by Yale scientists, center
Scott Strobel wins prestigious award for his multidisciplinary research on RNA
Scientists link asthma to a mutation in the gene that also determines the severity
of the respiratory disease
'Lift Every Voice and Sing'
Librarian of Congress to open new exhibition on medical inventions
Researchers’ study sheds light on the effect of random mutations on complex
traits in higher organisms
Michael Gasper named a Carnegie Scholar for his examination of the civil war
Yale Opera’s production rife with deception, mystery
Visitors to Peabody Museum can learn fun facts via new audio tours
Composer Claudio Monteverdi’s works focus of concerts, conference
Exhibit features drawings and remarks from Tanner Lectures
New business trends in biopharmaceutical industry to be explored by panel
Jazz concert celebrates the life of Stanton Wheeler
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Scott A. Strobel, professor of molecular biophysics and biochemistry, has been awarded the prestigious Schering-Plough Research Institute Award.
City schoolchildren filled Battell Chapel recently to pay tribute to the author of the 'Black National Anthem.'