Oxytocin Observed to Ameliorate Autism

Yale School of Medicine research team finds evidence supporting the use of oxytocin as a treatment for autism spectral disorder.

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Student Astronomers in Puerto Rico: Expedition to the Arecibo Observatory

Students in Professor Marla Geha’s “Research Methods: Astrophysics” class flew to Puerto Rico to conduct research at the Arecibo Observatory.

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Unsolved Mysteries: The Science of Identity

The science of identity is relatively unexplored; however, the theories of a few key scientists offer profound insights into the way we perceive ourselves and those around us. These perspectives offer a lens with which to investigate the inner workings of the human brain.

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Undergraduate Profile: Parker Liautaud (DC ’16)

Geology & Geophysics major Parker Liautaud (DC ’16) recently returned from a 1600-mile expedition across Antarctica, in which he both set the world record for fastest coast-to-pole trek and collected scientific data that could contribute to a better understanding of the Antarctic climate system.

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Every Drop Counts: The Colorado River, Your Water Footprint, and Why It Matters

The Colorado River is drying up, leading citizens and scientists alike to investigate how they can conserve freshwater. But will their efforts be enough to save the Colorado?

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