December 18, 2018
A Yale-led team has found genetic biomarkers for a significant percentage of a rare but often deadly malformation of blood vessels in the brains of infants.
From inside an fMRI machine, President Salovey moved a pair of virtual scissors by focusing on certain images for a high-tech ribbon cutting on Dec. 17.
Yale researchers have slashed the number of steps needed to synthesize two natural anticancer products, using a novel approach to organic chemistry.
December 17, 2018
Evans, the head of Berkeley College and professor of geology and geophysics, discusses his latest work, Earth’s “middle-aged” period, and more.
For the first time, Yale scientists have found gene variants associated with multiple sclerosis can affect the functions of brain cells.
December 13, 2018
APT, a biotech company, will manufacture and supply therapeutic bacteriophage for use by the Turner Lab during clinical trials.
Yale researchers are part of a multi-institutional team that has just completed the most comprehensive genomic analysis of the human brain ever undertaken.
December 12, 2018
Quantum science has “emerged as a new frontier of fundamental knowledge about how the universe works.” And Yale is at the forefront of advancing that knowledge.
Researchers have discovered several protein-coding genes that were misidentified as non-protein-coding — particularly one that’s key to the immune system.
From faster rides to better health outcomes, engineering and computer science professor Amin Karbasi is making data work for you.