A new Yale study vindicates the often-maligned reputation of an ancient assortment of worms, trilobites, and other animals that once lived in Earth’s oceans.
A massive study of genetic and health records of 1.2 million people from four separate data banks has identified 178 gene variants linked to major depression.
An overreaction of the immune system may be behind the multi-system inflammatory response linked to children infected with SARS-CoV-2, a Yale-led study finds.
In placental mammals, hyperactivated sperm motility is used to navigate the reproductive tract — but it may have been used originally for something more direct.
Species loss may actually underestimate human influence upon the biosphere, according to new research by scientists at Yale and Princeton.
A new study finds that autism may develop in different regions of the brain in girls than boys, offering a clue as to why the condition is less common in girls.
New findings about early pathological changes in the brain may provide strategies to slow or prevent the progression of Alzheimer’s, Yale researchers report.
While worms don’t have a basic visual system, a surprising new study reveals that they can detect colors — particularly if they represent a threat.
100 labs in 36 states are set up to run the fast, low-cost, saliva-based testing. A Yale team hopes to make the protocol available to as many labs as possible.
A Yale-led study found that the process states use to prune voter rolls incorrectly marks significant percentages of voters as having changed addresses.