Teeth reveal earlier origins
Two monkey tooth fossils found in the Tugen Hills of central Kenya in 2006 have shed new light on the species’ evolution.
Tea time with NYT science writer
In a Master’s Tea hosted by Branford College on Monday afternoon, Carey highlighted the challenge of picking stories that are both academically sound and sensational enough to garner public interest.
Media attacks duck genitalia research
In the past week, Yale ornithology professor Richard Prum has come under attack from various media outlets for his study of ducks’ sexual anatomy and forced copulation.
Conference center may mark turning point for West Campus
When the West Campus inaugurated its newly renovated $4 million conference center — a sparkling new cafeteria and gathering space — on Wednesday afternoon, it represented for many a turning point for the sprawling 136-acre complex.
Hamlin explains babies’ mean streak
Though babies may seem innocent, a new study has found that infants might in fact have a mean streak. The study, which tested both 9- and 14-month-old babies, was published online in early March in the journal Psychological Science. Lead author and former Yale psychology researcher Kiley Hamlin, currently a developmental psychology professor at the »