Emilie Ma
Contributing Reporter
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‘Blank Space’ in memory? Researchers investigate Taylor Swift-induced amnesia

In a recent review, School of Public Health student Nathan Carroll theorized that excitement and sensory overload could explain memory lapses among concertgoers during the pop star’s Eras Tour.

Google VP talks cybersecurity at Tsai CITY event

At an event Thursday, Google vice president of privacy, safety and security engineering Royal Hansen ’97 spoke about artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.

Taiwan Semiconductor CEO C.C. Wei speaks at the Yale Science Building

C.C. Wei GRD ’85 gave a talk at O.C. Marsh Hall on Monday as one of this year’s four Wilbur Cross Medal recipients.

Yale hosts sustainability symposium featuring academic, policy and industry leaders

Last Tuesday, Yale hosted their second annual Increasing Human Potential Symposium featuring leaders in sustainability.

SEAS Research uncovers how runners stay upright on uneven terrain

The lab of Madhusudhan Venkadesan recently published a study that finds runners rely on the body’s natural response to stay upright while running over uneven terrain.

Leitner Planetarium reopens for first time since COVID-19 pandemic

The Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium to present a new planetarium show after reopening earlier this month