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Study: Too much or too little
sleep raises diabetes risk
Men who sleep too much or too little are at an increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, according to a study by the New England Research Institutes in collaboration with School of Medicine researchers.
Juniors to continue science
studies as Goldwater Scholar
Three Yale juniors -- Daniel E. Rosenfeld, Luciano F. Custo Greig and David E. Weinberg -- have been awarded prestigious Goldwater Scholarships in the amount of $7,500 each to pursue their current studies in science at Yale.
Scientists learn being a 'lefty'
aids survival -- if you're a snail
Contrary to traditional wisdom, being a "lefty" promotes survival from attacks -- at least in the world of snails and crabs -- according to a report by researchers at Yale and Cornell in the Biology Letters of the Royal Society, UK.
International journalists describe
their fight for justice
Former Radio Rwanda journalist Thomas Kamilindi just narrowly escaped death during the genocide in his country, although his daughter and father were killed.
Getting a little snippy
Yale community members voluntarily subjected themselves to significant hair loss when they donated their tresses to the Locks of Love Hair Drive at Yale on March 27.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Steven Smith to serve a third term as Branford College master
HHMI funds new program to train students involved in medically oriented science research
New OCR programs allow for the scientific sharing of plasmid clones and genetically modified mice
Library acquires archive of photographer Robert Giard
Events to explore legacy of Hiroshima, nuclear proliferation
Impact of political leadership to be examined in conference
Yale Opera productions span the globe and the centuries
Not planning too far ahead is one of the keys to career success, says journalist
MEDICAL SCHOOL NEWS
Scientist Andreas Wallraff is lauded for work in quantum device research
Yale teams to take part in fight against cancer through relay
A salute to service
Student 'inventors' will participate in 'Leonardo Challenge'
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Lynn Sherrer, a postdoctoral fellow in molecular biology and biophysics, was one of the individuals who voluntarily subjected themselves to significant hair loss when they donated their tresses to the Locks of Love Hair Drive at Yale on March 27.
Contrary to traditional wisdom, being a "lefty" promotes survival from attacks -- at least in the world of snails and crabs -- according to a report by researchers at Yale and Cornell.