Study probes affective touch
According to recent research from the Yale Child Study Center, children develop unique brain mechanisms to help them understand the social importance of touch.
Murphy requests financial literacy program
After learning that one in seven New Haven households used check-cashing services rather than bank accounts, Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy is requesting a New Haven financial literacy program.
Tarantula venom kills pain
Researchers at Yale are the first to demonstrate that tarantula venom could also serve as an effective painkiller for humans.
Mexico’s role considered at conference
A conference organized by the Yale Mexican Student Organization featured seven of the country’s most influential public intellectual figures.