December 6, 2023
Thanks to open-source development, Yale’s groundbreaking collections discovery tool LUX will help foster connections with museums and universities worldwide.
Blake is a leading marine and environmental biogeochemist and geomicrobiologist. She joined the Yale faculty in 2000.
December 5, 2023
Yale will join an international community of leading artificial intelligence experts aiming to advance open, safe, responsible AI that benefits society.
Yale researchers hunt for old atmospheric rivers, analyze access to liver transplants, and look at key proteins in Parkinson’s disease and the nuclear envelope.
November 28, 2023
Helioscopos dickersonae lived in North America in the late Jurassic period, 100 million years earlier than any previously known early gecko relative.
A startup co-founded by Jackson alum Corey Pattison is piloting an innovative technique that permanently stores carbon by turning it into rock.
Understanding that even planets in pristine solar systems have some orbital tilt puts Earth’s solar system into a larger perspective, researchers say.
November 21, 2023
Florian Carle designed the Model Research Collection “From DOS to Qiskit: Turning Entanglement into Quantum Computation” for newcomers to quantum physics.
A.I. language, Ben Glaser says, is transforming communications. His new course, “Writing Essays with AI,” explores the opportunities and challenges.
November 17, 2023
The makers of “I AM ALAN TURING,” an experimental opera being produced out of Yale’s Center for Collaborative Arts and Media, used AI in creating the show.