Seeing how cells work as never before
Yale is adding microscopy that provides an unprecedented view of specimens whose thickness had thwarted close inspection
Yale researchers identify target for novel malaria vaccine
Researchers have created a vaccine that protects against malaria infection in mouse models, paving the way for the development of a human vaccine.
Yihong Wu creates new tools for digging into data
Finding communities within data will have implications for looking at voting records, DNA chains, the blogosphere, traffic patterns, and an array of other data.
Stem cell mutations linked to hydrocephalus
The mutations result in reduced brain volume that secondarily becomes filled with cerebrospinal fluid.
Standard type 2 diabetes treatments may not improve the condition in youth
Taking insulin or the most commonly used drug for type 2 diabetes, metformin, failed to either delay or effectively treat the condition in youth.
Yale scientists ﬂip molecular switches on building blocks of life
The researchers are expanding our understanding of how bacteria continue to evolve and adapt at the molecular level.
When uncertainty, ally of selfishness, works for good
When uncertain about the effects of their actions, people tend to act more selfishly — unless the uncertainty extends to how their actions impact other people.