Sci-Tech

Partnership to encourage HIV/AIDS research

October 22, 2013 • 0
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 »
Increasing budget cuts have forced researchers to find alternative funding for their projects.
Sci-Tech

Scientists experiment with crowdsourcing

October 18, 2013 • 0
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.
University

YCC, grad students release mental health reports

October 15, 2013 • 0
In an effort to spark a conversation between students and administrators about mental health at Yale, the Yale College Council released a 41-page report this weekend.
New research from the Yale School of Medicine exposes differences in the ways natural and artificial sweeteners
affect the dopamine reward system in the brain.
Sci-Tech

Brain recognizes sugar, artificial sweeteners

October 1, 2013 • 0
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.
In assessing global health contributions, UAEM ranked Yale 29th out of the 54 universities it evaluated.
Sci-Tech

With controversial report card, debate over Yale’s global health efforts

April 19, 2013 • 0
Yale is used to scoring high on rankings, but the University’s place on a global health impact report card fell far below expectations.
Sci-Tech

Conn. may ban indoor tanning for minors

April 9, 2013 • 0
The proposed bill would prevent all indoor tanning salons in the state from serving people under 18 years of age, unless they have the written consent of a physician.
Sci-Tech

Education reformers convene in New Haven

April 8, 2013 • 0
Last Thursday and Friday, New Haven’s Omni Hotel and Shubert Theater became home to hundreds of education reformers from around the country.
Eli Rivkin
University

YCC | Eli Rivkin ’15, events director

April 8, 2013 • 0
As the uncontested candidate for YCC events director, Eli Rivkin ’15 hopes to showcase all of Yale’s talents.
“Vibrator” explores two couple’s problems with intimacy in the late 19th century.
Culture

With ‘Vibrator,’ an exploration of intimacy

April 3, 2013 • 0
This Wednesday night, the Dramat will premiere its spring semester mainstage production, “In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play).”
Westville
University

GSA exploring new transportation lines

March 7, 2013 • 0
The Graduate Student Assembly is considering offering students new transit options for the Westville, Edgewood and Dwight neighborhoods amidst concerns that Yale’s campus is inaccessible for some of its off-campus graduate students.
City

Hunger programs feel sequester pinch

March 7, 2013 • 0
Connecticut will face substantial cuts to both elderly nutrition programs and the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children.
Biological Clocks
Sci-Tech

Eating times affect circadian rhythm, study finds

March 5, 2013 • 0
Researchers at the Yale School of Medicine have found that when and what you eat affects the synchronization of the body’s biological clocks.
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