Amy Xiong
Staff Reporter
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New project fund focuses on immigration challenges

The Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale, La Casa Cultural and the Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies have established a new fund […]

Yale awarded $600K to bridge data-, neuro-science

A new Yale initiative aims to bridge the disciplines of data science and neuroscience as the University builds toward a campuswide data science institute. The […]

Joan Steitz wins prestigious medicine prize

Joan Steitz, a Sterling professor of molecular biophysics and biochemistry, on Tuesday received this year’s Lasker-Koshland Special Achievement Award in Medical Science, one of the […]

Faculty mixed on committee’s STEM report

University administrators held two faculty town halls last week to gauge opinions about the University-wide Science Strategy Committee’s report, an 81-page document released over the […]

Top undergrad researchers present summer work

Fourteen undergraduates presented their summer research at the annual Rosenfeld Research Symposium at Davies Auditorium on Friday to an audience of a few dozen students […]

In third year, CURE program offers undergrads lab experience

Now in its third year, a faculty-run research course program continues to provide hands-on research opportunities for Yale first years and sophomores. The program, called […]

NYU Med eliminates tuition, prompting discussions at Yale

Since the New York University School of Medicine announced on Aug. 16 that the school would offer tuition-free education to all current and future students, […]

Studies identify potential CRISPR flaws, but Yale scientists remain hopeful

Recent studies have identified a potential flaw in CRISPR, a form of genetic editing long heralded as a paradigm shift in its field. Nevertheless, Yale […]

Bass ’67 donates $160 million to Peabody Museum

Edward P. Bass ’67 has donated $160 million to renovate the Peabody Museum of Natural History. The contribution is among the largest gifts ever made […]

Former Yale surgeon fights to clear his name

Two years ago, Ricardo Quarrie, a cardiothoracic fellow at Yale New Haven Hospital, was sued by a former patient who accused him of covering up […]

Long-awaited STEM report calls for new research institutes

The recommendations in the report are expected to form the basis of Yale’s next capital campaign, a major fundraising push that will likely begin in the next year or so.