Quantum computing startup inspired by Yale expertise announces new funding
A startup founded by by scientists Michel Devoret, Luigi Frunzio, and Robert Schoelkopf, has raised $18 million to build the first useful quantum computer.
Study reveals how a very low calorie diet can reverse type 2 diabetes
If confirmed in people, the insight provides potential new drug targets for treating this common chronic disease.
Cellular clean-up can also sweep away forms of cancer
Two new research papers reinforce the benefits of a novel therapy that hijacks the cell’s own protein degradation machinery to destroy cancer cells.
Scanner or sandcastle? Making MRIs easy for kids
Staff in Yale Medicine’s Department of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging make getting an MRI a fun and fear-free experience for children.
Do body cameras affect police officers’ behavior? Not so much
Yale political scientist Alexander Coppock describes what happened when police officers in Washington, D.C. began wearing the devices.
Now researchers can replace $200,000 magnet with $20 one from a hobby shop
Yale researchers discovered a technique for modifying self-assembled polymers to allow their structure to be controlled precisely using small, ow-cost magnets.
West Campus study center brings art gallery’s collections ‘out of darkness’
The new Wurtele Study Center will make three-dimensional objects from the Yale Art Gallery’s collections readily available for classes and research.