The complicated future of offshore wind power in the United States
The U.S. Department of Energy has laid out an ambitious plan to grow the U.S. offshore wind sector. Yale research suggests it might not be as easy as it seems.
YSPH video contest spotlights public health issues, student creativity
A $2,500 top prize went to Saskia Comess, M.P.H. ’19, for her video “What About the Air We Breathe?” about the threat of fine particulate matter in toxic air.
Friedland honored for career's work in South Africa
Dr. Gerald Friedland, professor emeritus and senior research scientist in medicine, was honored for his work in HIV prevention and care in South Africa.
Study links insurance coverage to access to hospital care
Patients who are uninsured or on Medicaid are more likely to be transferred, discharged, or not admitted when seeking care in hospital emergency departments.
New studies confirm existence of galaxies with almost no dark matter
A pair of new Yale studies confirm that dark matter is not always associated with traditional matter on a galactic scale — which settles a year-long debate.
Startup Yale 2019: Three days of pitches, prizes, and world-changing ideas
From April 3-5, Yale innovators will join leaders, investors, and cross-sector practitioners to reimagine the future at Tsai CITY’s annual Startup Yale event.
Unresolved injury, not fibrosis, contributes to cisplatin-induced CKD
New Yale research offers new insight into the progression of acute kidney injury to chronic kidney disease caused by use of the chemotherapy drug cisplatin.