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can attack brain tumors
A laboratory-engineered virus that can find its way through the vascular system and kill deadly brain tumors has been developed by Yale School of Medicine researchers, it was reported Feb. 20 in the Journal of Neuroscience.
Trustees set next steps in
residential college expansion
The Study Group to Consider New Residential Colleges met with the Yale Corporation
on Friday morning,
Feb. 22, 2008, to discuss its extensive report.
Going back to the ‘basics’ of
medicine on the wards of Uganda
In the infectious disease ward at Mulago Hospital in the Ugandan capital of
Kampala, a woman in her early 20s lies on a bed with only a thin sheet to ward
off the morning chill.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
New center promotes the study of Hellenic culture and civilization
Study to examine Internet-based programs for diabetic children
Study offers insight into possible cause of lymphoma
Lorimer lauded for contributions to corporate boards
Yale chemist honored for contributions to teaching generations of biophysicists
Show documents people and fauna of the ‘New World’
‘Chronicler of American life’ is next Maynard Mack lecturer
Contemporary images of the Virgin Mary are featured in exhibit ‘Highly
Symposium will explore human rights issues related to ‘extractive industries’
Police Academy for citizens to be held this spring
Arabic music past and present is explored in new exhibition
Chinese ‘Year of the Rat’ celebrated at Yale
Hundreds of schoolchildren will gather in Yale ‘castle’ to compete in the ‘game of kings’
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Yale student Allison Arwady strikes up a conversation with relative of a patient at Mulago Hospital in Uganda.
The drawings that were "England's First View of America" are featured in a British Art Center exhibit.