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.
nEXO collaboration images single atom in solid rare element for first time
The result provides a key step towards using this technology to search for neutrinoless double beta decay, a process that has been theorized but never observed.
Tree of life brought to scale by Yale scientists
Yale researchers have identified general organizational principles and biophysical features of bacterial cells.
YSPH, Griffin receive nearly $3.75 million from CDC
This award will help to prevent chronic disease, while expanding to include prevention research in the digital age.
Researchers identify stem cell source of key process in female reproduction
Recent research led by Yale pathologist Wang Min identifies stem cells and a gene that contribute to the menstruation process in mice.
Vaccine is a cost-effective solution for countries burdened by typhoid
A new YSPH study looks at the impact of Introducing a typhoid conjugate vaccine into routine child vaccine schedules for low- and middle-income countries.