Mai Chen
Contributing Reporter
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Yale study finds pivotal information on the origins of sauropod dinosaurs

A new study by researchers at Yale and the University of Oxford has added crucial information to the understanding of the origins of sauropods, which […]

Primordial lightning strikes are potential source of life on Earth, Yale study finds

A new study by researchers at Yale and the University of Leeds suggests that prehistoric lightning bolts may have produced the biologically active phosphorus that […]

Anticoagulant use soon after hospitalization can reduce death risk in COVID-19 patients

A recent study involving researchers at the School of Medicine found that prescribing anticoagulants could be effective in preventing COVID-19 deaths. The paper was published […]

Yale TikTok: A potential market for Gen-Z students

TikTok has become an increasingly popular social media outlet for many Yalies, with the top videos from Yale students averaging half a million views.   […]

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Yale biomedical engineering graduate student wins PEO Scholar Award

Rebecca Byler GRD ’21, a biomedical engineering graduate student at the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science, received the Philanthropic Educational Organization, or PEO, […]

Yale professor Cary Gross wins mentorship award from the Yale Cancer Center

Cary Gross, professor of medicine and director of the Yale Cancer Outcomes Public Policy and Effectiveness Research Center, or COPPER, received the first-ever Yale Cancer […]

National Academy of Medicine elects two Yale professors

Two Yale professors have been elected to the National Academy of Medicine.  The National Academy of Medicine, otherwise known as NAM, has elected Michelle Bell […]

First RNA sequencing of human retina impacts macular degeneration treatment

Assistant professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Science and of pathology Brian Hafler and his team have successfully sequenced the RNA of the human retina. This […]