Amy Xiong
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Baccalaureate ceremony kicks off 317th Commencement

Yale began the 317th Commencement celebrations with a traditional Baccalaureate service for graduating seniors and their families in Woolsey Hall on Saturday afternoon.

UP CLOSE: Ahead of STEM report, Yale takes stock

Brudvig and many other faculty members in the sciences are now more optimistic about the growth of science at the University.

Opioid addiction treatment helps HIV+ patients stay on meds

Extended-release naltrexone — an FDA-approved treatment for opioid use disorder — may improve treatment outcomes for HIV-positive people released from prison or jail who have […]

Yale looks to recruit STEM students

Ninety-five prospective STEM majors flocked to Yale last weekend, and dozens more visited from Monday to Wednesday to experience all the University has to offer. […]

Miller showcases pre-Hispanic artifacts

Mary Miller GRD ’81, former dean of Yale College and senior director of Yale’s Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, spoke on Thursday afternoon […]

Conference addresses health care access

The Yale School of Management and Yale’s health professional schools held the 14th annual Yale Healthcare Conference on Friday, bringing together about 500 students and […]

Discoverer of CRISPR visits Yale

Jennifer Doudna, a professor of chemistry and of biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of California, Berkeley known for co-discovering the CRISPR-Cas9 genome-editing technology, […]

Yale partners with FDA on research

The Yale School of Medicine announced a partnership with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on April 6 to improve diversity in clinical research. As […]

New instrument to boost search for Earth-like planets

Yale researchers have designed a new tool to advance efforts to find Earth-sized planets in neighboring solar systems. Led by astronomy professor Debra Fischer, the […]

New startup targets fake drugs

About 15 years ago, Adebayo Alonge SOM ’16 took the asthma medication Ventolin in a hospital in Nigeria. Instead of helping him breathe, however, the […]

Global Health Day addresses climate change

The School of Medicine’s Office of Global Health held its eighth annual Global Health Day on Thursday, featuring speakers and poster presenters from within and […]