Stephanie Rogers
Staff Reporter
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Alcoholism gene found in males

Alcohol dependence has long been known to be more common among men than women. And now, Yale researchers think they have found the genetic root […]

Immunity key in bee sting response

A new study shows that a common venom found in bee stings triggers an immune response that keeps future allergic reactions to the toxin under control.

FES prof investigates locust oubreaks

A new study led by a group of universities including Yale seeks to integrate ecology and economics to prevent locusts from ravaging crops that are […]

Initiative preps Yale for climate change

A new initiative from the Yale Climate & Energy Institute will model the effects of climate change over the next century to help the university […]

Vanni exhibit opens at YUAG

An exhibition showcasing works by late Renaissance artist Francesco Vanni opened at the Yale University Art Gallery last Friday.

Yale to open Tobacco Centers of Regulatory Science

Yale researchers are joining a nationwide fight to regulate tobacco.

Entomological exhibit proves stimulating

In October 2010 and September 2011, entomologists affiliated with the Peabody arranged two separate two-week long expeditions to French Guiana.

Peabody buzzes over cicadas

On May 1, the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History opened its doors to a temporary exhibit — “Return of the 17-Year Cicadas.”

Protein receptor signals Alzheimer’s breakthrough

A new discovery at the Yale School of Medicine has uncovered a key component to understanding and curing Alzheimer’s disease.