Yale launches institute to study networks
Yale will launch an Institute of Network Science, or YINS, this summer to study the nature of complex interactions in fields ranging from sociology to biology.
Study links hunger, autoimmune diseases
Yale researchers have helped uncover the cellular mechanism that explains how changes in our diet may have led to increasing rates of autoimmune diseases.
Conference center may mark turning point for West Campus
When the West Campus inaugurated its newly renovated $4 million conference center — a sparkling new cafeteria and gathering space — on Wednesday afternoon, it represented for many a turning point for the sprawling 136-acre complex.
Study explores alcohol dependence
Researchers at the medical school have shown that the brains of heavy drinkers process alcohol in a way that encourages substance dependence.
Federal grants, aid hit by sequester
Roughly 10 University officers met on Tuesday to consider the grim reality of the sequester and its potential effects on the University.
Engineers Week promotes entrepreneurship
The second annual National Engineers Week at Yale comes to a close today, having promoted a University-wide engineering culture and fostered discussion about entrepreneurship.
Kahneman talks rationality
Addressing an overflowing crowd in SSS 114 Wednesday afternoon, Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman outlined a psychological framework for understanding irrationality in our everyday lives.
CEID officially opens
Though open to the Yale community since Aug. 26, the Center for Engineering Innovation and Design in the Becton Center held an official dedication ceremony Thursday afternoon.
Food addiction stigma scrutinized
Research out of the Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity is the first to examine the stigmatization of food addiction.