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Contrary to common scientific belief, proteins need not be large to have powerful biological functions.

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A Yale professor brings an ancient remedy to the forefront, showing that traditional herbs can combat cancer.

Ancient Ink, Modern Scripts: Computers master medieval texts

A new algorithm allows computer scientists to unlock the secrets of medieval manuscripts. From pen to pixel, researchers are using science to better understand historical texts.

Black Hole with a Growth Problem

A supermassive black hole challenges the foundations of astrophysics, forcing astronomers to update the rule book of galaxy formation.

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Carl Zimmer Science Writing Workshop

January 25, 2016, 2:00pm - January 25, 2016, 4:00pm

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Yale EEB is delighted to host Carl Zimmer for a Science Writing Workshop, from 2pm to 4pm on Monday Jan 25 and Feb 1. An award winning science writer, Carl Zimmer is notable for books such as Soul Made Flesh and Evolution: The Triumph of an Idea. T...

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