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From the Editor: 85.1 The Future of Science

From the Editor: 85.1 The Future of Science

To conclude the tenure of the 2011 masthead, we found no theme fitting than the “The Future of Science.”

From the Editor: 84.4 Resources of the Earth

From the Editor: 84.4 Resources of the Earth

With rapid global population growth and a flourishing culture of consumerism, our consumption behavior has created quite a formidable challenge for sustainability.

From the Editor: 84.3 Science of the Senses

From the Editor: 84.3 Science of the Senses

Imagine waking up one morning to find that you have lost all of your senses.

From the Editor: 84.2 The Science of Well-Being

From the Editor: 84.2 The Science of Well-Being

Welcome to Issue 84.2 of the Yale Scientific Magazine, the first issue of the 2011 masthead!

From the Editor: 84.1 Ethics in Science Journalism

From the Editor: 84.1 Ethics in Science Journalism

Angle. Slant. Spin. Whether we are explaining to a professor why we were late to class or telling our friend why our boyfriend broke up with us, we often eliminate or emphasize specific details from our story to influence our

Paint Drying: A Stressful Process

Paint Drying: A Stressful Process

Members of Professor Eric Dufresne’s laboratory are studying the mechanical forces generated by crawling cells and have related these forces to those generated when paint dries, helping to build a greater understanding of the dynamics of soft materials.

Robotics in Surgery

Robotics in Surgery

Surgeons are increasingly turning toward robotic techniques to aid in procedures that require extreme dexterity and minimal invasiveness.

Cilia Tricks: From Cell Biology to Ciliopathies

Cilia Tricks: From Cell Biology to Ciliopathies

These tail-like projections found on eu­karyotic cells are capable of more than ever realized.

The Genius Behind Fall Prevention

The Genius Behind Fall Prevention

Dr. Mary E. Tinetti, recipient of a MacArthur “Genius Grant,” is a prolific researcher-physician whose research has highlighted the risks of falls to the elderly and the benefits of simple preventative measures.

Raising the Bar for Combating Biological Threats: Yale’s Level 3 Biosafety Laboratory

Raising the Bar for Combating Biological Threats: Yale’s Level 3 Biosafety Laboratory

This year, a new Level 3 biosafety labora­tory (BSL-3) opened at the Yale School of Public Health, with more advanced technology and increased research space that gives Yale researchers the resources they need to study emergent diseases.