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Posts From Peter Wang

Replaying the Tape of Cancer Development

Replaying the Tape of Cancer Development

Sometimes, when scientists apply the knowledge and methods of one discipline to another, surprising and novel discoveries can manifest. Questions such as “How did each case of cancer come to be?” may benefit from an additional perspective, complementing that of

New Research Sheds Light on Pathway between Genetic Factor and Skin Tumors

New Research Sheds Light on Pathway between Genetic Factor and Skin Tumors

Yale researchers led by Prof. Valerie Horsley found that transcription factor Nfatc1 aids skin tumorigenesis in hair follicle bulge cells through DMBA metabolism control.

Christine Cunningham (YC ’91): Inspiring Creativity through Education

Christine Cunningham (YC ’91): Inspiring Creativity through Education

Ignoring discouragement, Christine Cunningham (YC ’91) moved on from being a biology major to a life in science education. Through her brainchild Engineering is Elementary, she has shown the world the power of teaching engineering to elementary students.

Past to Present: F&ES Dean Awarded 2014 International Prize for Biology

Past to Present: F&ES Dean Awarded 2014 International Prize for Biology

Dean of Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies has been awarded the 30th International Prize for Biology for his work integrating paleontological information with data from living plants.