Aislinn Kinsella
Contributing Reporter
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Looking forward: School of Public Health professors weigh in on the future of the pandemic

After nearly two years of life upended by the coronavirus pandemic, four of Yale’s public health experts analyzed lessons learned to end the current pandemic […]

Yale researchers use tensile jamming to create more dexterous robots

A team of researchers at the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Sciences successfully improved the dexterity of soft robots using a method called tensile […]

University study shows increasing COVID-19 vaccination rates can save lives

Researchers from the Yale School of Public Health published a study modeling the number of deaths and hospitalizations that could be prevented by accelerating the […]

COVID-19 reinfection is likely among unvaccinated individuals, Yale study finds

A recent study at the Yale School of Public Health analyzed immunological data from close viral relatives of SARS-CoV-2 to determine how long natural immunity […]

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No vaccine, no work: Yale New Haven Health plans to begin terminating unvaccinated employees

The Yale New Haven Health System has begun issuing warnings of termination to the roughly 300 employees who refused to get vaccinated against COVID-19 before […]

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Researchers at Yale’s School of Public Health and School of Medicine respond to the COVID-19 pandemic

Amid a nationwide effort to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers at the School of Public Health and the School of Medicine produced some of the […]

Yale study examines impact of COVID-19 infection during pregnancy

A study by researchers at the Yale School of Medicine analyzed the placental tissue of pregnant women infected with SARS-CoV-2, testing whether the virus could […]

Former Yale math professor László Lovász receives prestigious Abel Prize

On March 17, former Yale professor and Hungarian mathematician László Lovász was awarded the Abel Prize — a prestigious award in mathematics that is considered […]

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School of Medicine announces gift to establish Chênevert Family Brain Tumor Center

A gift from Louis Chênevert, the chairman of the Yale Cancer Center Director’s Advisory Board, his wife and his family will expand clinical care and research […]

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Yale’s approach to increasing STEM accessibility for FGLI students

A lack of preparation, imposter syndrome, under-resourced high schools, textbook costs and the student income contribution are just a few of the challenges faced by […]

First-year student creates lung kit based on COVID-19 to educate children about virus

A first-year student in Yale College has designed a lung kit that models how COVID-19 spreads to help educate children on the virus. Sophia De […]

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