Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
Yale team achieves major advances in quantum computers
Two major steps toward putting quantum computers into real practice — sending
a photon signal on demand from a quantum bit (or qubit) onto wires and transmitting
the signal to a second, distant qubit — have been achieved by a team of
scientists at Yale.
Yale poll reveals growing
concern about global warming
A growing number of Americans consider global warming an important threat
that calls for drastic action, and 40% say that a presidential candidate’s
position on the issue will strongly influence how they vote, according to a
national survey conducted by Yale University, Gallup and the ClearVision Institute.
‘Incredible India@60’: Yale hosts panels on nation’s future, women leaders
Yale’s expanding engagement with India was highlighted during the “Incredible
India@60” program held Sept. 23-26 in New York City.
A schedule of Parents' Weekend activities
Special language tours offered
during Parents’ Weekend
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale endowment earns 28% return in 2006-2007
Study sheds new light on genetic differences in humans
Emilie Townes is named associate dean at the Divinity School
Faculty members win fellowships for use of technology in curricula
Conference to honor legacy of Israeli poet
Festival invites public to enjoy area artists’ creative offerings
Evolution of ‘the city beautiful’ is focus of new exhibition
Noted theologians to give public talks during Convocation
Yale singers will bring Beinecke manuscript to musical life in ‘Beatrice’s Big Wedding’
Winners of Graduate School’s Wilbur Cross Medals to present talks
Global experts gather to discuss ways to curb poverty in developing world
Yale Press acquires the renowned Anchor Bible Series from Doubleday
Jane Savage named director of best practices
New digital mammography van hits the streets to provide screenings
Manuscripts and Archives hosts an introduction to its resources, services
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Professor Michael Snyder, graduate student Alex Eckehart Urban and postdoctoral fellow Jan Korbel examine the distribution of structural variation on a map of the human genome.
This painting, titled "New Mexico Landscape: Storm," is by Mark Saba, manager of graphics and photography for the ITS Medical Media Group. Saba is one of the Yale affiliates who will be exhibiting in the Alternative Space the weekend of Oct. 27 and 28.