Lindsay Gellman
Prof. to push diversity

Jo Handelsman was in a faculty hiring meeting earlier in her career when the group suddenly came to an unusual consensus: They needed a potato […]

Part 2 of 2: Many science majors don’t last four years

As Yale aims to bolster its reputation in the sciences, the University is dedicating more resources to improving science programs and facilities and recruiting talented […]

Part 1 of 2: University targets science students

As part of University-wide efforts to transform Yale into a world-class science research institution, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions has made recruiting science and engineering […]

Science publications suffer

Despite Yale’s push to expand the sciences, student and University publications in the field are feeling the bite of the recession. Funding cutbacks from Master’s […]

A sign of what’s to come

Eco-friendly boutique Kerin, whose interior is still under construction, mounted a sign on the corner of York and Elm streets Friday. The store is expected […]

Fewer science hires delayed

At a time when many faculty searches have been delayed because of the recession, Yale is hiring more faculty members in the sciences than in […]

Pricey plants pilfered

David Garinger knew something was awry as soon as he arrived at Yale’s Marsh Botanic Garden on the morning of Sept. 24. The large, humid […]

Yale professor is first patient at new cancer hospital

Sterling Professor Maria Rosa Menocal walked into the lobby of Smilow Cancer Hospital , which was nearly empty Monday morning except for a camera crew […]

Smilow boosts research, care

With the opening of the Smilow Cancer Hospital, director Thomas Lynch ’82 MED ’86 said he hopes Yale-New Haven Hospital will become the Yale Law […]

RNA strand may inhibit tumor-suppressing proteins

A pioneering Yale biochemist who helped discover the stop codon — DNA’s signal for terminating a protein sequence — in the 1960s may have just […]

Pulitzer winner tells her story

“I found out that the reason I don’t like brussels sprouts is because of my genes,” Amy Harmon, Pulitzer-prize winning national correspondent for The New […]