Open Labs at Yale

Open Labs at Yale represents a group of graduate students, postdocs, and other members of the university dedicated to scientific outreach to the local New Haven community and beyond. From our Science Cafe events that feature student talks and many demonstrations, to off-campus events at local schools, to content production for the web, Open Labs offers many opportunities for Yale graduate students to become involved with scientific outreach. For more information, click the “Volunteer Here” button in the sidebar to sign up as an Open Labs Volunteer, or email open.labs.contact@gmail.com for general information. For more specific information about different ways to volunteer with us, please email any of the leadership members at their Yale email listed below. Additionally we welcome parents, teachers, and anyone else in our community to fill out the form below to hear more about our events!

News

November 6, 2021
On October 23rd, we reconvened once again to share science with students in a Family Science Workshop! This year we joined forces with Yale SACNAS (Society for Advancement of...
July 14, 2021
We partnered with The Yale BBS Diversity and Inclusion Collective (YBDIC) to lead Science Communication (SciComm) Workshops, focused on creating infographics and fun...
May 16, 2021
In this video Sharif Kronemer, a graduate student in Dr. Hal Blumenfeld’s lab, dives into the techniques used to help us understand the connection between consciousness...