In conjunction with the commemoration of Yale's 300th birthday in 2001, Michelin Travel Publications has unveiled a guide to Yale and New Haven -- marking the company's first-ever guide to a university and its host town.
Paul A. Fleury, an award-winning scientist and engineer who has served in a wide variety of top-level research and executive positions in industry, government and academia for the past three decades, has been named as the University's next dean of engineering.
Mature liver cells in humans are generated from bone marrow-derived stem cells, a team of Yale and New York University researchers has discovered, paving the way for improved treatment of liver damage and disease.
Dr. Sherwin Nuland, surgeon, teacher, medical historian and prize-winning author, has been touring the country the last four months, speaking about his most recent book, "The Mysteries Within."
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E. Turan Onat, 75, specialist in engineering materials, dies
New center to host talks on U.S. parks
Course to explore formation of spirituality in children
Winning Smiles: A Photo Essay
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The Michelin Corporation is donating $1 of the sale of every guide to New Haven Reads, a new initiative to build "a city of readers."
Paul A. Fleury, an award-winning scientist and engineer, has been named as the University's next dean of engineering.