Maya Geradi
Staff Reporter
Maya Geradi currently serves as a copy editor. She also covers technology and entrepreneurship as a staff reporter with the Science and Technology Desk. Originally from New Haven, Maya is a junior in Grace Hopper College majoring in chemical engineering.
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WLI releases book commemorating women at Yale

In commemoration of the 50-year anniversary of women first enrolling at Yale College, the Women’s Leadership Initiative released a book called “Remembering 50” earlier this […]

Two professors inducted into American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering

Two professors from the Department of Biomedical Engineering were elected to the prestigious American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, or AIMBE.  Associate Professor of […]

Yale study finds that dinosaurs were warm-blooded

Despite the outsized role dinosaurs have played in film and our imaginations, their physiology has long eluded scientists.  Earlier this year, a Yale group conducted […]

James Lee
Yale group develops multi-person ventilator

A research group at Yale has successfully developed a new system for splitting a single ventilator among several patients. The system, called Pressure Regulated Ventilator […]

Yale News
Yale applies for new COVID-19 grant

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has shored up $10 million in funding for COVID-19 research as infections surge across the country, an opportunity […]

Yale project receives funding to integrate opioid use and HIV research

Yale has received a $3.7-million grant from the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration, or HRSA, for a new initiative to improve the systems for […]

Niklason inducted in National Academy of Engineering

Nicholas M. Greene Professor in Anesthesia and Biomedical Engineering Laura Niklason received a pleasant surprise on Feb. 7: news that she had been elected to […]

Anasthasia Shilov
Becton Center celebrates 50 years

For the past 50 years, the Becton Center has housed cutting-edge engineering research and loomed stoically over students making the trek from central campus to […]

Yale Daily News
App uses drones to deliver across campus

Hungry college students now have a new way of receiving snacks and sundries: drone-based package drops across campus without a delivery fee. Kiki Air, a […]

Common breast cancer treatment ineffective, Yale study finds

Recent Yale research has found that a common procedure used for treating invasive cancer does not improve outcomes for early-stage breast cancer patients. The study […]