November 16, 2023
Yale is among the key partners of a new, multi-institutional effort supported by the National Science Foundation to increase faculty diversity in STEM.
November 15, 2023
A recent event offered seven clinicians a platform to showcase their innovative ideas and ventures, facilitating connections between physicians and students.
Postdoc Fernando Antonio Flor and grad student Sierra Wilde helped inform elected officials about the nation’s road map for advancing nuclear science research.
November 12, 2023
Charles D. Brown II, recipient of the Joseph A. Johnson Award for Excellence, says the award honors a legacy of mentorship that makes science more accessible.
November 10, 2023
A recent study yielded new insight into a puzzling and persistent difference between predictions and measurements of neutrinos emitted by nuclear reactors.
November 9, 2023
Entrepreneurship and innovation-themed courses reflect students’ increasing interest in launching, joining, and funding startups.
November 8, 2023
New research from Yale University has unveiled the complex cellular communication system that allows immune cells to mount responses to infection and cancer.
Kia Nobre has returned to Yale to lead the Wu Tsai Institute’s Center for Neurocognition and Behavior. In a Q&A, she discusses her research, goals, and...
November 6, 2023
Wright Lab celebrated this year’s Dark Matter Day by hosting an online event at the lab for local schools, in partnership with Yale Pathways to Science.
Yale paleontologists have identified a “problematic” fossil as an ancient sea creature that lived in the plankton 420 million years ago.