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University is increasing payout
Yale will increase its endowment payout by more than one-third in the upcoming
fiscal year, President Richard C. Levin announced.
Stern named to third term as
dean of School of Architecture
Robert A.M. Stern has agreed to serve a third five-year term as dean of
Yale School of Architecture, effective July 1.
Findings set stage for
prevention of epilepsy
Yale School of Medicine researchers have shown for the first time that it
is possible to suppress the development of epilepsy in genetically predisposed
animals, a discovery that could open the door to treating epilepsy as a preventable
Antibody may delay development
An antibody used to treat certain cancers and rheumatoid arthritis appears to greatly delay type 1 diabetes in mice, Yale
School of Medicine researchers report in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Scientists determine intricate process used in assembly of the molecular muscles
needed for cell division
Mutant gene identified as ‘villain’ in hardening of the arteries
Researchers find gene that protects newborns from respiratory distress
Yale Rep stages the world premiere of ‘The Evildoers’
Exhibit reveals the ways in which mathematics was practiced in England 400-500 years ago
Advocates for universal preschools win Grawemeyer Award for their book
Two medical school researchers win awards from Donaghue Foundation
Lewis Walpole Library celebrates re-opening with exhibition
Peabody to honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy with festival
In Memoriam: Stanton Wheeler
Change of venue for Waith memorial
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The Lewis Walpole Library is showcasing its newest acquisitions in its first exhibit since completing renovations.
The important role of mathematics in early modern England is explored in the exhibit "The Reckoner's Art."