Lydia Buonomano
Staff Reporter
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Open Studios welcomes visitors into School of Art student workspaces

On April 6 and 7, students at the Yale School of Art opened their workspaces to the public for the annual Open Studios event. The […]

Study links water contamination to poor infant health

Using Flint, Michigan as a test case, a recent Yale research study establishes a link between contaminated water supplies and poor infant health at birth, […]

YUAG Appy Hour event ushers in new app

Visitors to the Yale University Art Gallery can now download a personal tour on their mobile devices. On Jan. 25, the gallery launched a new […]

Backstage: Stephanie Osin Cohen

Stephanie Osin Cohen DRA ’19, a third-year M.F.A. candidate at the Yale School of Drama, has been selected to receive the 2019 Burry Fredrik Design […]

Stephanie Cohen
Newly discovered compound may target Alzheimer’s

Researchers from Yale’s Strittmatter Laboratory have discovered a molecular compound that reverses memory deficits in genetically modified mice, opening new pathways for the development of […]

School of Medicine introduces new neuroscience lecture series

This fall, the Department of Neuroscience at the Yale School of Medicine launched a new lectureship series, called SYNAPSES, to showcase the work of postdoctoral […]

Ecologist intersects science and religion

On Thursday evening, ecologist Thomas Lovejoy ’63 GRD ’71 discussed the ethics of sustainable use and protection of the natural environment, incorporating a fusion of […]

Yale hosts “Flipped Science Fair”

Yale researchers and local middle schoolers turned a typical science fair upside down on Saturday as they participated in the second annual Flipped Science Fair […]

Cancer treatment improves outcomes

According to a recent study by researchers at the School of Medicine, a treatment protocol that trains the immune system to tolerate chemotherapy drugs increases […]