May 8, 2020
At a time when hospitals are running low on PPE, a Yale-built system that tests non-certified respirators and masks has opened up valuable new options.
May 7, 2020
American studies Professor Joanne Meyerowitz, physics Professor Pieter van Dokkum, and SOM’s Michael Kraus are this year’s outstanding student mentors.
May 6, 2020
The Nicoli lab investigates how microRNAs (miRNAs) play a role in the physiology of the cardiovascular system.
Together Hernquist and Springel constitute, in the words of one Gruber Prize nominator, “one of the most productive collaborations ever in cosmology.”
May 5, 2020
At the Center for Engineering Innovation & Design, staff has been working to continue its popular workshops, even with COVID-19 social distancing in place.
April 30, 2020
In Europe, Juul e-liquids have a lower level of both nicotine and flavor chemicals than what’s found in the U.S.; but European e-liquids are far from safe.
The Biodiversity Dashboard lists almost 5,500 species found in and around national parks in three of the world’s most biodiverse countries.
Read is the Henry Ford II Professor of Physics and professor of applied physics and mathematics in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
April 29, 2020
At the Yale Center for Molecular Discovery, researchers are testing hundreds of thousands of drugs and molecules for biological activity against coronavirus.
Vesicular stomatitis virus, a viral vaccine platform developed by Yale pathologist Jack Rose, could produce better immunity than other candidates.