Yale chemists are one step closer to using the ribosome — the cell’s protein-making factory — to create designer polymers, including better materials and drugs.
Combining experimental analysis and clinical data, Yale researchers have discovered a mechanism in cancer’s spread that could help develop new drug treatments.
Distinct circuits connecting to different brain regions are involved in making decisions and determining which choices to store in memory, a new study shows.
Yale research suggests that the size and shape of neuronal assemblies are the most crucial elements in our ability to record episodic memories.
Overall use of 3-D mammography rose from 12.9% to 43.2% of screening exams between 2015 and 2017, but lags among some vulnerable populations, a new study finds.
New research by Yale paleontologist Jasmina Wiemann confirms: The evolutionary root of modern bird egg coloring can be found in eumaniraptoran dinosaurs.
Yale scientists have developed a more accurate way to help classify the distinct physical forms taken on by all the “stuff” in the universe.
Antiphospholipid syndrome, an immune system disorder that raises the risk of blood clots, may be triggered by the common gut bactrium Roseburia intestinalis.
New Yale research advances knowledge about leptin and weight gain, and also suggest a potential strategy for developing future weight-loss treatments.
Using zebrafish embryos as a model, Yale researchers have shed new light on the beginning of life from a molecular standpoint.