Robot essay graders a growing possibility
Students concerned about grading policies may have something bigger to worry about: artificial intelligence software that could be used to evaluate their essays.
Q&A: Quantum computing
Physics student Brian Vlastakis GRD ’15 sat down with the News on Monday to discuss quantum computing.
Yale launches institute to study networks
Yale will launch an Institute of Network Science, or YINS, this summer to study the nature of complex interactions in fields ranging from sociology to biology.
Scientist talks nanodevices
Researchers at the School of Engineering & Applied Science have made a key discovery in the field of quantum optomechanics.
Conn. may ban indoor tanning for minors
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.
Study links hunger, autoimmune diseases
Yale researchers have helped uncover the cellular mechanism that explains how changes in our diet may have led to increasing rates of autoimmune diseases.
Heart failure treatment questioned
Over five million Americans suffer annually from heart failure, yet the medication most often prescribed may not be the most effective.