Yale scientists develop new system to study emerging tickborne disease
Yale-led researchers have developed a novel system for studying the potentially fatal tickborne parasite Babesia duncani using human red blood cells.
President’s response to the University Science Strategy Committee’s report
On Tuesday, Nov. 27 President Salovey sent this message to the Yale community on the university’s top-priority areas for investment across the sciences.
Making sound ‘chill out’
Yale scientists have discovered that laser light can be used to cool traveling sound waves in a silicon chip.
Four Yale faculty members named AAAS Fellows
Charles Ahn, Richard G. Bribiescas, Christopher G. Burd, and Dragomir Radev have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Krumholz, Spatz receive funding to develop new 24/7 blood pressure monitor
The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering has awarded a $1.2 million, four-year grant to investigators at Yale and their partners.
Cells beneath the skin explain differences in healing
Variations in cells called fibroblasts may explain why skin regeneration is less robust in older people and how certain types of scars form, says a new study.
Yale releases report on Yale scholarship and sustainable development
According to a report by the Yale Office of Sustainability, 44% of the teaching and research at Yale relates to at least two Sustainable Development Goals.