Yale researchers partner with state in India to reduce harmful emissions
Collaborating with Yale’s Economic Growth Center, the Indian state of Gujarat has launched the first ever emissions trading system for particulate pollution.
Water scarcity and inflexible demand puts world’s river basins at risk
A new analysis of global water usage, co-authored by Yale’s Julie Zimmerman, expands research on where carbon is embedded in the global energy infrastructure.
Beta blockers reduce stress-induced irregular heart rhythm
The strategy of taking beta blockers could potentially improve quality of life for many of the two million Americans with the condition.
A Yale scientist’s research changed our understanding of dinosaurs
The discovery of the Deinonychus by Yale’s John Ostrom sparked a “Dinosaur Renaissance” and paved the way for cultural phenomena like “Jurassic Park.”
Discoveries indicate human ancestors repeatedly invented stone tools
A team of researchers working in Ethiopia have discovered the earliest-known examples of complex stone tools, dating back at least 2.58 million years.
Research technology grows from strength to strength at Yale and beyond
Experts in research technology gathered to network and share expertise at West Campus on May 30, during the Regional Core Facilities Technology Forum.