Birth weight links autism, schizophrenia
The theory that schizophrenia and autism are opposing ends of a neurological continuum recently found support in a group of 1.7 million Danish babies.
Ebola ban unlikely to affect many
While Yale student organizations will no longer be allowed to travel to regions of West Africa affected by the Ebola epidemic, the policy is unlikely to have a large effect on students or student organizations.
Brain anatomy predicts risky behavior
New research out of the Yale School of Medicine is the first to show that the size of a particular region of the brain can predict patterns in risky decision-making.
Rudd Center to leave for UConn
In January, the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity will complete a move from its current home beyond Science Hill to the University of Connecticut’s new campus in Hartford, the Center announced Friday.
Yalies join nationwide climate change movement
This Sunday, both Yale students and New Haven residents plan to join the ranks of thousands of other activists in order to promote awareness of climate change at the People’s Climate March in New York City.
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.
Faculty scrutinize West Campus growth
Science Hill faculty grappling with budget cuts and deficits have turned their magnifying glasses towards a plot of land ten miles away: West Campus.
Biomedical innovation center to launch
The new Center for Biomedical and Interventional Technology (CBIT) aims to bring together students and faculty mentors in engineering, public health, medicine and management to develop ideas for biomedical innovations.