Research yields promising insights into the nature of cornstarch and water
A precise mixture of cornstarch and water has some amazing physical properties, and thanks to a new Yale study, they might be able to be put to new use.
Yale astronomer combines science education and community outreach
Michael Faison, founding director of the Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium, wants to make the cosmos more accessible for everyone.
Simple temperature change makes gene-editing more efficient
The new finding expands the usefulness of the CRISPR-Cpf1 technology, allowing researchers to make targeted genetic changes in a host of model organisms.
Unusual melting behavior of mantle mineral may dictate deep flow
New findings by Yale researchers illustrate how convection in Earth’s mantle is affected by unique physical properties of the mineral ferropericlase.
Yale Center for Clinical Investigation begins a second decade of support
Established in 2005, the YCCI provides infrastructure and support for medical research and education for the next generation of clinician-scientists at Yale.
Role of melanoma-promoting protein revealed
New findings by Yale researchers suggest that targeting the gene MELK might be a promising therapeutic option for treating the deadly skin cancer.
YSPH study finds link between Legionnaires' disease and CT watersheds
Contamination of the Naugatuck and Quinebaug watersheds in Connecticut may be responsible for a rise in cases of Legionnaires’ disease in the state.