Nicole Rodriguez
Staff Reporter
Nicole Rodriguez currently serves a Science and Technology editor for the Yale Daily News. She previously covered the Astronomy Department, intramurals and Crew as a staff reporter. Originally from New York, she is a sophomore in Benjamin Franklin majoring in ethics, politics and economics.
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Yale Athletics maintains majority of corporate partnerships despite a year without games

Despite no competition for four consecutive seasons, Yale Athletics has maintained its relationships with the majority of its corporate sponsors, the department’s Associate Athletic Director […]

Yale neuroscientists image the brains of individuals in disagreement

Yale researchers have implemented an imaging technique to peer into the neural systems of people engaging in conversation and study the neural patterns of individuals […]

Yale launches Carbon Capture Research Center with $100 million donation from FedEx

A $100 million donation from FedEx will help fund Yale’s new Planetary Solutions Project through the launch of the Center for Natural Carbon Capture, which […]

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Researchers study ancient food webs to account for gaps in fossil records

Researchers have found that the physical remains of soft-bodied species are not accounted for in fossil records, implying that many current models of ancient food […]

Intramurals to return for another socially distant semester

After their first socially distant semester in the fall, Yale intramurals are set to return this semester on Feb. 22, with a few adaptations to […]

Yale astronomers to benefit from new Sloan Digital Sky Survey data

The Sloan Digital Sky Survey, the most in-depth three-dimensional astronomical survey ever conducted, is ready to enter its fifth phase, giving Yale astronomers a new […]

Epidemiologists, coaches examine possibility of Ivy League spring sports

Despite pressure from current and former Ivy League athletes to start the spring athletic season, the Ivy League remains the only NCAA Division I conference […]

Researchers find gene that could be the key to reducing radiation therapy

A newly identified gene could lead to the reduction of necessary radiation therapy administered to breast cancer patients, a Yale study suggests. Researchers at the […]

YNHH study finds cardiologists more likely to implant devices made by manufacturers who pay them more

In a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association at the beginning of November, Yale researchers report an association between industry payments […]

From New York to Seattle to Scotland: Caitlin Brown ’24 embarks on a research journey

Last spring, all Yale students faced unprecedented circumstances: virtual classes, no access to campus and a semester like no other. Most students hoped for a […]

SWIMMING & DIVING: Bulldogs continue training despite various locations and enrollment decisions among team members

Along with most Yale student-athletes, members of the Yale swimming and diving team have been facing an unfamiliar semester. With the recent cancellation of winter […]