Kline renovations on track
Renovations of the Kline Chemistry Laboratory are proceeding on schedule with little impact on classes or faculty research.
Scientists investigate fly swarms
Researchers have found a mechanism to analyze fly swarms, which may provide valuable insight into the structure of animal collectives.
Therapy ineffective for opioid addiction
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is not an effective way to treat opioid dependence, according to a study conducted by researchers at the Yale School of Medicine.
Overeating linked to sugar consumption
Ingesting fructose can lead to brain activity that promotes overeating, according to a recent study conducted by researchers at the Yale School of Medicine.
Peabody leader goes to Harvard
Jane Pickering, deputy director of the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, will be leaving Yale for its northern rival in January.
Sandy link to climate change questioned
A week after Yalies huddled up in their dorms last week under a campus-wide curfew during Hurricane Sandy, some, including New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, have begun to blame the late-October hurricane on climate change.
Antibiotic resistance killing off bees
Yale researchers have identified a potential culprit in a nationwide increase of honeybee deaths — resistance to an important antibiotic. In the Oct. 30 issue of the mBio journal, Yale professor of ecology and evolutionary biology Nancy Moran published a study showing that beneficial bacteria found in the guts of honeybees have acquired genes that »
Nanoparticles reduce herpes symptoms
Yale researchers have developed nanoparticle technology that could one day cure herpes simplex virus type 2, or HSV-2. Mark Saltzman, chair of the biomedical engineering department of the Yale School of Medicine, and researchers in his laboratory have been working to develop nanoparticles to decrease symptom severity and boost survival rates of mice with HSV-2. »