February 2021 News

February 10, 2021
For more than a decade, a Yale-led team of scientists has used a HAYSTAC — the Haloscope At Yale Sensitive to Axion CDM — to hunt for axions. New findings, demonstrated in a...
February 10, 2021
Soaring health care costs in the United States burden families with expensive premiums and account for nearly a third of the federal budget. A new project based at Yale...
February 8, 2021
The Schwarzman Center and Yale’s Thomas Allen Harris will host filmmakers Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and Clark Burnett for a discussion on film and social justice.
Image: Polio vaccine dropped on to sugar cube for child.
February 5, 2021
Naomi Rogers, professor in the history of medicine and history in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, recently spoke with YaleNews about what past epidemics can teach us about...