Science & Technology


Blavatnik Fund awards $2.5 million to 11 Yale faculty-led innovations

June 1, 2023

Presented at the 2023 Yale Innovation Summit, the funds will support Yale faculty in the commercialization of biomedical and digital health projects.

Insights & Outcomes: A multi-tasking protein and applied math prowess

June 1, 2023

Yale researchers investigate a multi-tasking protein, find a new way to study a key area of the brain, and earn honors for innovative applied mathematics.

A day to celebrate student research and faculty mentors

May 30, 2023

Held in person for the first time since 2019, Yale School of Medicine’s Student Research Day highlighted work from across Yale’s health professional schools.

River erosion drives fish biodiversity in the Appalachians

May 25, 2023

A new study provides evidence that river water eroding layers of metamorphic rock is a driver of freshwater fish biodiversity in the Appalachian Mountains.

Yale team returns to International Collegiate Programming Championship

May 24, 2023

After emerging victorious from the regionals, Yale will compete against 49 other elite teams of student programmers from institutions across North America.

Yale conference highlights progress, challenges in environmental justice

May 23, 2023

“New Horizons in Conservation” explored both achievements and still-significant challenges facing underrepresented communities in the environmental space.

Ph.D. candidate named Yale’s EIP Student of the Year for geospatial mapping

May 19, 2023

Natalia Festa, first-year Ph.D. candidate in Investigative Medicine, researches the preparedness of nursing homes in the event of emergencies.

Going to the dark side: Yale scientist helps NASA understand moon’s origins

May 17, 2023

Earth and planetary scientist Jun Korenaga will be part of the science team for CLOE, a NASA-funded project looking at the moon’s origin.

Chemical ‘supercharger’ solves molecular membrane mystery

May 16, 2023

Yale scientists have found a way to capture key information about cell membrane proteins in their natural habitat — a breakthrough for screening new drugs.

Innovators and educators: At Yale, cleanroom staff make research possible

May 15, 2023

In the university cleanroom, researchers build small, sensitive devices. The technical and scientific experts who run the facility help them along the way.