FES students warn of warming Olympics
In February, students from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies will warn the world that the winter Olympics may someday be an event of the past.
Mental health coverage expands in state
Connecticut residents with private insurance will soon find their plans offering coverage for mental health and substance abuse comparable to medical coverage.
Sustainability plan launched
University President Peter Salovey and members of the Yale sustainability community gathered to launch the 2013–2016 Sustainability Strategic Plan Wednesday.
Yale first to offer MBA/MPH in 22 months
With the announcement Wednesday of the new 22-month joint degree MBA/MPH program from SOM and YSPH, the University is the first in the nation to offer the degree in such a short amount of time.
Partnership to encourage HIV/AIDS research
The Yale School of Public Health has formalized a 16-year-old partnership with Saint Petersburg State University in Russia to help combat HIV/AIDS. On October 11th, the universities agreed to create a new behavioral health research center based in St. Petersburg that will produce research on HIV/AIDS public health interventions. The two Universities have collaborated since »
Scientists experiment with crowdsourcing
As grants from federal organizations become increasingly difficult to secure, researchers at Yale and across the nation are turning to a new source of support: the public.
Brain recognizes sugar, artificial sweeteners
Not only can the brain can distinguish artificial sweeteners from sugar, but the body over time will display a strong preference for the latter, researchers from the Yale School of Medicine and John B. Pierce Laboratory have found.