Ebola researchers remain in Liberia
The two public health graduate students researching Ebola in Liberia since Sept. 16 will remain there for the foreseeable future.
Yale creates Ebola task force
Seven months into an Ebola epidemic that has claimed over 3,300 lives and infected more than 7,100 people, the Yale public health community is getting involved. On Sept. 9, the Yale Ebola Task Force, led by Director of the Yale Global Health Initiative and Branford College Master Elizabeth Bradley, sat down over dinner to discuss »
Ebola researchers to sequester themselves
Two graduate student researchers at the Yale School of Public Health preparing to return from Liberia have agreed to sequester themselves for three weeks in case they have contracted Ebola.
Ants march into Peabody exhibit
On Tuesday evening, the Peabody Museum of Natural History welcomed some of the tiniest creatures in the animal kingdom to its newest exhibit, “Farmers, Warriors, Builders: The Hidden Life of Ants.”
Employee talents on display in Peabody exhibit
Lynn Jones, an assistant at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, never considered herself a photographer — more a documenter of nature. Now, her close up shot of a dandelion is hanging in the Peabody’s newest exhibit.
Skelly seeks Peabody growth
As a child, David Skelly fell in love with the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History after beholding the skeleton of a massive turtle displayed in its Great Hall.
Panel questions Peabody ownership
A campus debate about two carvings at the Peabody has sparked a broader discussion about the duty of museums to return culturally important objects.
Peabody courts undergraduates
While the Peabody offers research prospects, lecture series and volunteer opportunities, few undergraduates take advantage of these opportunities.
Undergrads hunt through Peabody
While no animals came to life, organizers said the first Night at the Museum at the Peabody Museum of Natural History was a rousing success.
Flu vaccine mandate effective
The number of children hospitalized for the flu in Connecticut plummeted after a recent statewide vaccination mandate, according to a new report co-authored by Yale investigators.