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Yale President Salovey visits Japan

February 21, 2024

Yale University President Peter Salovey traveled to Tokyo last month to focus on strengthening Yale’s ongoing engagement in Japan and the broader region.

Facts and fabrications: FAS professor explores worlds created by print

February 8, 2024

In her new book, Yale historian Paola Bertucci explains how fictionalized scientific facts can become reality for readers — in the eighteenth century and today.

A local tip helps reveal an ancient ‘arcade’ in Kenya’s highlands

February 1, 2024

The discovery of about 20 ancient Mancala game boards carved on rocks in central Kenya demonstrates the benefits of scholars partnering with local amateurs.

Bitcoin is legal tender in El Salvador — but does anyone really use it?

January 30, 2024

A new study co-authored by Yale SOM’s David Argente and Diana Van Patten found that a lack of trust caused use of the cryptocurrency to fall off quickly.

Rory Stewart named Professor in the Practice

January 29, 2024

Stewart, the former U.K. Secretary of State for International Development, will teach and serve as co-director of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy.

Jackson student research highlighted at WEF meeting in Davos

January 26, 2024

The World Economic Forum’s recent annual meeting featured Yale student work on equitable and authentic disability representation in the global business sector.

Evaluating the power of networks in trade and economic development

January 26, 2024

A new Yale co-led study examines how firm-level benefits propagate through domestic production networks among developing and wealthier countries.

Achieving sustainable urban growth on a global scale

January 25, 2024

Leading scientists call for an urgent change in the governance of urban expansion as the world’s cities continue to grow at unprecedented rates.

Yale urologic surgeons “teach one, reach many”

January 24, 2024

Yale urology professors visited Burundi where they operated and shared their expertise in especially complex pediatric cases.

Yale epidemiologists lead effort to boost disease surveillance in Chad

January 17, 2024

An intensive training program led by the Yale School of Public Health is helping to strengthen disease surveillance after a recent surge in malaria and dengue.