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Superior Brains: Who’s to say that we’re the best?

Superior Brains: Who’s to say that we’re the best?

Are we still the smartest? Study by scientists indicates that perhaps chimpanzees may surpass humans in some aspects.

Study of the Center of the Earth

Study of the Center of the Earth

Scientists may finally be able to model magnetic fields more efficiently in the lab, thanks to the development of eGaIn, a magnetic liquid metal with unprecedentedly high magnetic and conductive properties.

STEM at Yale: Up Down Up

STEM at Yale: Up Down Up

A new book shares an exciting story of the history of STEM at Yale.

Predator and Prey: Who’s Changing Whom?

Predator and Prey: Who’s Changing Whom?

Late October, twilight, Gorton Pond. The water lies still, reflecting the pitch-black night sky and the outlines of the fiery orange autumnal trees bordering the shore. The pond’s alewife juveniles are preparing for their migration to sea as their six-month

Pigs Gone Wild: USDA Combats Wild Pigs with $20 Million Program

Pigs Gone Wild: USDA Combats Wild Pigs with $20 Million Program

Pigs have become synonymous with trouble; not like the troublemaking green pigs in the game Angry Birds, but as brown, tusked creatures that eat and destroy anything in their path. With wild pigs causing an estimated $1.5 billion in damages

Modeling Lungs for a New Cure

Modeling Lungs for a New Cure

How researchers are demystifying complex lung diseases using models It’s a diagnosis that stumps even the best of doctors. Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis begins with a small cough and progresses over time to stop lung function—so much so, that patients cannot

F&ES Students in the Green: Yale’s School of Forestry raises $10 million in scholarship support for students

F&ES Students in the Green: Yale’s School of Forestry raises $10 million in scholarship support for students

Over the past three years, the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies raised $10 million to fund student scholarships.

Alumni Profile: Robert Ferry, Jr. ’89

Alumni Profile: Robert Ferry, Jr. ’89

Dr. Robert Ferry, Jr. (SM ’89) shares his post-graduation experiences, from becoming a pediatrician to joining the military after 9/11.