Yale experiences eclipse

Hundreds gathered at various campus locations, including on Cross Campus and at the Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium, for the total eclipse.

Earthquake tremors shake New Haven, startle students and faculty

Yale and New Haven buildings shook after a 4.8 magnitude earthquake hit the northeast.

The new Peabody

On Tuesday, March 26, the Peabody Museum, which had been closed since early 2020 due to renovations, reopened its doors to the public.  The News […]

Alzheimer’s Buddies continues to forge connections with nursing home residents

Each week, dozens of undergraduates offer social support to patients with neurodegenerative diseases and try to capture their life stories.

Humanitarian Research Lab finds systematic Russian targeting of Ukrainian energy infrastructure

In a report released Thursday morning, the Yale School of Public Health’s Humanitarian Research Lab documented Russian targeting of energy infrastructure across Ukraine — a potential violation of international humanitarian law.

Why state healthcare saw record levels of enrollment this year

After the unwinding of federal pandemic-era healthcare provisions, record numbers of Connecticut residents are turning to Access Health CT for health insurance.

Yale researchers develop first FDA-approved drug to delay autoimmune disease

Yale School of Medicine's Kevan Herold led the clinical trials for teplizumab, a drug found to delay the development of type 1 diabetes, which affects around 1.95 million Americans.

A guide to life as a ‘pre-med’ student at Yale

Read the SciTech desk’s guide to being pre-med on campus, from classes to majors to extracurriculars, including advice from Dean Sandy Chang.

Yale creates new Center for Brain & Mind Health

Clinical and translational neuroscience research at Yale will now have a new home at the Center for Brain & Mind Health, or CBMH.  Spearheaded by […]

YPCCC releases report indicating increasing interest in climate policy amongst American voters

The Yale Program on Climate Change Communications, or YPCCC, recently released a “Politics & Global Warming” report, finding that the majority of surveyed Americans support […]

Flint water crisis lowered birth weight, Yale study finds

Researchers from the Yale School of Public Health, or YSPH, found that babies born to mothers who were exposed to contaminated water from the Flint […]