Science & Health

  • Arts & Culture

    Reviews: May/June 2016

    A neurosurgeon’s memoir about dying of lung cancer; an ex-convict law stduent’s volume of poetry.

    May/Jun 2016
  • Findings

    Knee-jerk altruism

    Women are more generous than men—if they’re in a hurry.

    May/Jun 2016
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    Does Zika kill?

    A Yale study describes a case of fetal death from the virus.

    May/Jun 2016
  • Light & Verity

    Shell game

    A turtle named Yale takes to the South China Sea.

    May/Jun 2016
  • Light & Verity

    Look around

    A campaign to make campus pedestrians look up from their phones.

    May/Jun 2016
  • From the Editor

    How a kidney changed hands

    The two alumni were strangers, but thanks to an ad in the alumni magazine, they now share an intimate bond.

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