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It’s been a busy year for Genevieve Airyanne Antoine. A recent double major in chemistry and physics, the graduate of Tuskegee University, Alabama, visited Yale last summer...
Congratulations to Lukasz Bratasz, who has been recognized for his contributions to reduce energy consumption and lower greenhouse gas emissions at Yale’s cultural centers....
The College Art Association and the American Institute for Conservation awarded its 2018 Award for Distinction in Scholarship and Conservation to the Paul Messier, head of...
The Vinland Map, a source of curiosity and controversy since it entered the public consciousness a half-century ago, is spread out on a table at Yale’s Institute for the...
Rarely occurring side by side in an academic setting, cultural heritage and molecular biophysics are the focus of a groundbreaking course at Yale thanks to fearless students...
Students from historically black colleges participated in a week-long program at Yale this summer to learn about career opportunities in conservation of cultural heritage.
Preparations for the first retrospective exhibition of photography by Clarence Hudson White (1871–1925) has inspired an unexpected collaboration between students at Princeton...

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