A new study provides evidence that river water eroding layers of metamorphic rock is a driver of freshwater fish biodiversity in the Appalachian Mountains.
Around 30% of the global burden of disease is treatable with surgery. But surgeon-scientists receive very little research funding, a new study finds.
The expanded genetic reference, created by a research team that includes Yale scientists, will inform medical advances that benefit all ancestry groups.
In a new study, Yale scientists have identified the immune signature of rare cases of myocarditis among those vaccinated against COVID-19 with mRNA vaccines.
Grambank, a database of 2,467 languages that Yale linguist Claire Bowern helped create, helps researchers better understand the stakes when languages die off.
The loss of about 10,000 bits of DNA over the course of our evolutionary history helped differentiate us from other mammals, a team of Yale researchers found.
Around 40% of colorectal cancer patients have a particular gene mutation. A new study shows it’s linked to reduced cell death and worse survival rates in men.
Yale researchers, colleagues say pandemic rise in proportion of Black prisoners highlights racial disparities in sentencing.
A new Yale study reveals insights into how Omicron subvariants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus evade destruction by T cells.
A Yale-led clinical trial found that the medicine ritlecitinib appears safe and promising for treating adolescents with a form of often-disfiguring hair loss.