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Every day, scientists and geneticists are working to find a cure for Tourette Syndrome.
Paul Hindemith died on December 28, 1963, so this month marks the 50th anniversary of his death.
Wesleyan University is among four local organizations that received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts to support its dance and poetry programs.
Bree Danielle Sherry, daughter of Tom and Dolores Sherry of Harwich, Mass., formerly Westfield, was married, Oct. 4, 2013, to Robert Lee Fabrizio, son of Jeffrey Fabrizio and Kari Promutico, both of North Carolina.
The board of trustees and the Head of School Search Committee of Miss Hall's School have selected Julia Nakano Heaton as the 11th head of chool, effective July 1, 2014.
Winners James Rothman, Randy Schekman and Thomas SA1 4dhof all helped assemble our current picture of the cellular machinery that enables neurotransmitter chemicals to travel from one nerve cell to the next.
Increasing dependency of modern technology on rare materials and their heavy usage could severely affect innovation, a new report has warned.
New Haven police say they have a person of interest in custody in connection with the phoned-in threat that forced a lockdown at Yale University last month.
The Yale School of Management is expanding its MBA for Executives program by offering students the ability to focus their studies in asset management or sustainability.
The naval officer, who died in 1992 at age 85, was one of the first programmers on the Navy's Mark I computer.
A former colleague of a Yale University professor who died in police custody is organizing a protest, calling it a "political death."
The pioneering drummer has just released an autobiography, co-written by Michael E. Veal, professor of Music and African American Studies at Yale University Brian Eno has hailed Allen as the "greatest living drummer," while Fela himself said that "there would be Afrobeat without Tony Allen."
Dubbed the "home screen," televisions started trickling into American homes in the 1940s, albeit very slowly.
Visionbox, a professional actors' studio and intermedia Production Company in Denver, will present an open rehearsal of A Night of Laughs: American & British Comedy today, December 8. Doors will open for food and drink at 6:00pm.
A rabbi who was raised in Tacoma has been appointed senior rabbi of New York's Central Synagogue, one of the largest Reform congregations in North America.