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For Children, Gender Differences in Emotional Expression Depend on Who’s Watching

For Children, Gender Differences in Emotional Expression Depend on Who’s Watching

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Tara Chaplin finds that whether or not children exhibit emotional responses in line with gender stereotypes depends on context.

Yale Mathematician George Mostow Wins Wolf Prize

Yale Mathematician George Mostow Wins Wolf Prize

Yale professor George Mostow will be honored for his trailblazing career in geometry with the prestigious Wolf Prize in Mathematics.

Soot a Greater Factor in Global Warming than Previously Thought

Soot a Greater Factor in Global Warming than Previously Thought

Black carbon particles, which are a major component of soot, have been found to have a much greater contribution to global warming than previously thought. Yale professor Trude Storelvmo co-authored a recent study assessing the effects of these particles on climate change.

Implementing Sustainable Technology in the Developing World

Implementing Sustainable Technology in the Developing World

The Bit-Harvesters system is a short message service-enabled monitoring device that is attached to turbine installations.

The Next Era in Cyberwarfare

The Next Era in Cyberwarfare

Stuxnet was allegedly created by the US and Israeli governments in order to infiltrate and destroy computers within the Iranian nuclear program.

Analyzing Algorithms: Computer Scientist Daniel Spielman Wins MacArthur Genius Grant

Analyzing Algorithms: Computer Scientist Daniel Spielman Wins MacArthur Genius Grant

Daniel Spielman ’92, Henry Ford II Professor of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Applied Science, was named one of this year’s MacArthur Fellows in October. The MacArthur Foundation, which aims to financially support people who show exceptional merit in their respective

Looking at the Future and the Deep Past:  Dr. Jay Ague named as Henry Barnard Davis Professor of Geology and Geophysics

Looking at the Future and the Deep Past: Dr. Jay Ague named as Henry Barnard Davis Professor of Geology and Geophysics

Dr. Jay Ague, chair of the Department of Geology & Geophysics and Curator-in-Charge of Mineralogy at the Peabody Museum, was named to the Henry Barnard Davis endowed professorship this fall. “It is a tremendous honor and very humbling,” said Dr.

The Experts Discuss the AIDS Crisis: A Recap of the HIV/AIDS Panel

The Experts Discuss the AIDS Crisis: A Recap of the HIV/AIDS Panel

Three Yale researchers met to discuss the nature and state of the AIDS pandemic, touching upon accessibility problems, breakthroughs in medicine, and hopes for the future.

Inspiring Female Scientists: Yale’s Second Annual UWISAY Conference

Inspiring Female Scientists: Yale’s Second Annual UWISAY Conference

The Second Annual Conference for Undergraduate Women in Science and Engineering at Yale (UWISAY) went off with great success.

The End of an Era: Professor Michael McBride Retires

The End of an Era: Professor Michael McBride Retires

After 46 years on the faculty of Yale University, Dr. J. Michael McBride retired this year from his position as the Richard M. Colgate Professor of Chemistry.