What would the ancient Babylonians have made of recent celestial events like the blood moon and super moon? Just ask Yale professor Eckart Frahm.
Award-winning singer and songwriter Rosanne Cash will discuss her creative process at a Morse College tea on Tuesday, Feb. 26 as a Poynter Fellow.
New York Times writers Emily Bazelon ’93, LAW ’00 and Ross Douthat discussed “Trump, Media, and the Future of the Republic” on Feb. 19 as Poynter Fellows.
Spiegelman, the Susan Dwight Bliss Professor of Biostatistics at YSPH, discusses her research, her goals at Yale, and spending time with her family.
Metallic glass’s unique properties lend it versatility and strength — but also hard to control. New Yale research offers some clues that may help change that.
A new study by Yale SOM’s Gal Zauberman offers some surprising insight into the nature of productivity and multitasking.
Katznelson’s three lectures, titled “Exigencies: From Impermanent Emergencies to Enduring Exceptions,” will take place Feb. 26, Feb. 27, and Feb. 28.