Naomi Schwartz Selected as American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Undergraduate Honor Society Member
Stern College Professors Alyssa Schuck and Jeffrey Weisburg Engage Students in Novel Cancer Research
With Faculty Support, Helen Unger Discovers Her Passion for Cancer Research at Stern; Wins Prestigious Award
Yeshiva Students Pitch In at Local NYC Public School Science Labs The students of the Yeshiva University Chapter of the American Chemical Society, along with other chemistry, biology, physics and engineering majors, have partnered with YU professors and researchers of various disciplines to form Project START (Students, Teachers and Researchers Teach) Science! As part of the […]
Einstein Study of How Genes Activate Shows Certain Genes are “Clueless” Scientists at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have made an unexpected finding about the method by which certain genes are activated. Contrary to what researchers have traditionally assumed, genes that work with other genes to build protein structures do not act in […]
Yeshiva College and Stern College for Women professors will tackle male infertility, breast cancer, and supercritical fluids as recipients of three substantial science grants totaling close to half a million dollars.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University has been awarded a grant of more than $9.25 million from the National Institutes of Health to further the medical school’s study of centenarians and the biology of aging.
Rabbi Nosson Slifkin – also known as the “Zoo Rabbi” – came to the Beren Campus Oct. 13 to give two talks about the animals, Torah, and evolution.