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Researchers find clues to sex differences in autism
COVID-19-Associated Seizures May be Common, Linked to Higher Risk of Death
New principles regarding fossil fuels to guide Yale’s endowment
CMU/Yale PNA-Based Technique an Essential Part of Gene Editing Toolkit
AGA recommends intragastric balloons as an additional weight loss strategy for obese patients
Half of global methane emissions come from aquatic ecosystems – much of this is human-made
Understanding how cancer can relapse
Early Earth’s hot mantle may have led to Archean ‘water world’
Two-thirds of epidemiologists warn mutations could render current COVID-19 vaccines ineffective in a year or less
Violence and discrimination against women can be solved by early childhood education
Physicist and hospital
With nearly $2 million in support, University of Toronto astronomer to upgrade telescope in hunt for dark matter
No eyes? No problem. Worms still avoid blues
How to reduce environmental impact of your next virtual meeting
Our Customers Want Yellow Bananas
Yale-designed COVID-19 test SalivaDirect reaches 100 labs
Watson Lecture on March 10: Ken Farley Explores Perseverance Rover’s Mission on Mars
NTU Singapore scientists develop laser system that generates random numbers at ultrafast speeds
Study uncovers flaws in process for maintaining state voter rolls
King Climate Action Initiative announces new research to test and scale climate solutions
Giving people what they want?
Experts offer roadmap for Biden administration to calculate social cost of carbon in new analysis
How Should We Calculate Social Cost of Carbon? Researchers Offer Roadmap in New Analysis
Johns Hopkins Leads Nation in Research Spending for 41st Consecutive Year
Examining impact of COVID-19 pandemic on rural American West
Repeated Testing for COVID-19 is Vital, Economic and Public Health Analysis Shows
Researchers develop injection to treat skin cancer
Scientists map shape of SARS-CoV-2 genome
Rethinking Care for Older Adults with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia
Gendered division of labor shaped human spatial behavior, Stanford study suggests
On nights before a full moon, people go to bed later and sleep less, study shows
Computer model reveals how cortical areas develop and evolve
NSAIDs Might Exacerbate orSuppressCOVID-19Depending on Timing, Mouse Study Suggests
Mass General Brigham Names Sunil Eappen, MD, MBA, Interim President of Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Fatty acid may help combat multiple sclerosis
Neuroscience team wins grant to explore cognitive flexibility
Turn off that camera during virtual meetings, environmental study says
Perceptions of racial unfairness drives opposition to federal spending
Researchers find first cases of new coronavirus variant in Connecticut
Separating specific nutrients from wastewater is getting closer and closer
National Women’s Hockey League partners with Yale on COVID-19 testing
Ancient Earth may have birthed islands of life
A Primary Care Doc with a Passion for Social Justice
Brain tissue yields clues to causes of PTSD
UN Climate Change Works with Universities to Foster Resilience
CU Center leading work to study trail bridge use in rural Rwanda
Fewer Than 2 Percent of OB-GYN Doctors Can Prescribe Life-Saving Opioid Treatment
Why do elephants and tigers still roam in India? Study offers clues