Twitter used to predict future
Researchers have for the first time used social networks to predict what hashtags will trend more than a week in advance.
Smoking among mentally ill examined
Yale researchers are looking to address the issue of smoking addiction by focusing on one important population — the mentally ill.
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.
Conference considers energy future
According to experts at the Yale Climate and Energy Institute’s annual conference, the state of global energy in 2030 remains uncertain.
Peabody courts undergraduates
While the Peabody offers research prospects, lecture series and volunteer opportunities, few undergraduates take advantage of these opportunities.
Suskind sparks autism research
A partnership between Yale researchers and the Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Ron Suskind may lead to new treatments for autism.
Bioethicist talks personal genomics
Dov Greenbaum is a professor at the Yale School of Medicine and a practicing intellectual property attorney who studies the bioethical issues in personal genomics.