Science & Technology


Health & Veritas PODCAST: Leveraging community resources for better health

March 7, 2023

Howie and Harlan are joined by Brita Roy of NYU Langone Health to discuss her work drawing on the existing assets of a community to improve health outcomes.

Putting AI on every team

March 7, 2023

Combining human expertise and judgment with AI’s data-driven recommendations is a challenging but powerful way to deliver business results.

ChatGPT on campus: Assessing its effects on college writing — and teaching

March 3, 2023

Yale’s Alfred Guy discusses the potential dangers and opportunities of the AI technology and how educators can utilize it to improve student writing.

Research and development can have multiplier effects — if it’s done right

March 3, 2023

A new study on research funding’s long-term ripple effects suggests that the United States should invest more in semiconductors and green technology.

Leading economists assemble at Yale to tackle digital market regulation

March 2, 2023

Last week at Yale’s Tobin Center, over 60 top economists gathered to present research and provide practical insights on regulating the digital economy.

Increasing diversity in clinical trials: A Q&A with Jennifer Miller

March 2, 2023

Miller, who researches equity, governance, and ethics in medical research and data sharing, discusses her work to broaden representation in healthcare.

Thierry Emonet appointed Lewis B. Cullman Professor in MCDB

February 24, 2023

Emonet was recently appointed the Lewis B. Cullman Professor of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology and Professor of Physics.

West Campus showcases latest tech in art conservation

February 23, 2023

Yale’s Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage recently co-hosted a workshop on the latest X-ray technology used in art analysis and preservation.

Insights & Outcomes: Clinical trial data gaps and a universe of old milk

February 22, 2023

Yale researchers study a program to fight childhood obesity, a new theory about the density of the universe, and the demographics of clinical trials.

Early universe may be ‘teeming’ with bright galaxies, new data reveals

February 22, 2023

Data from the James Webb Space Telescope shows the universe may have started forming star-filled galaxies earlier than previously thought.