April 12, 2019
A new provides a fresh understanding of the fundamental principles of electron and proton movement, which could aid in the development of solar technology.
April 11, 2019
YSM’s Pasko Rakic will receive the award on May 28 during the 44th Annual Meeting & Dinner of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering.
Scassellati focuses his research on building embodied computational models of human social behavior.
Yale engineering students have created an improved suction tube system to help doctors clear excess bodily materials during surgery.
April 10, 2019
New research into how the HIV virus forms so-called “trimers” on its surface to escape the immune system may help lead to more effective treatment.
April 9, 2019
Named for the Great Old One, a newly discovered fossil bears a striking (and hopefully superficial) resemblance to H.P. Lovecraft’s ancient cosmic horror.
Emily Coates and Sarah Demers gave a demonstration and lecture at New Haven Ballet on April 7. They discussed their new book, "Physics and Dance,"
Robots can change directions, speeds and even their colors. But what about their shapes? With help from a sculptor’s intuition, Yale researchers are on it.
Images from the Event Horizon Telescope have the potential to redefine the cosmos, and prompt wonder and curiosity about our place in it.
April 8, 2019
For the first time, Yale scientists have identified new processes of cell movement in wound healing in outer layer tissue abrasions.