Using the chemical screening technology PRESTO-Tango, Yale researchers have identified specific gut bacteria that impact various aspects of human biology.
New Yale research challenges long-held assumptions about the timing and irreversible nature of the cessation of some brain functions after death.
The test combines high-speed video microscopy with a novel video analysis algorithm to measure the coordinated movement of cilia in the lungs.
A new small-molecule drug called NV-5138 has produced a rapid antidepressant response similar to that of ketamine when tested in mice.
New research into how the HIV virus forms so-called “trimers” on its surface to escape the immune system may help lead to more effective treatment.
Named for the Great Old One, a newly discovered fossil bears a striking (and hopefully superficial) resemblance to H.P. Lovecraft’s ancient cosmic horror.
For the first time, Yale scientists have identified new processes of cell movement in wound healing in outer layer tissue abrasions.
Using CRISPR gene editing technology, Yale researchers have devised a way to identify the complex processes that result in deadly metastasis.
Yale’s Board of Trustees has approved expanding the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs into a small and academically grounded professional school.
Yale researchers have found a way to make sound one-directional, offering new possibilities for enhancing electronic devices that use acoustic resonators.