Yale’s EXPRES looks to the skies of a scorching, distant planet
Vaporized metal in the atmosphere of MASCARA-2 b, a gas giant roughly 2.68 quadrillion miles from Earth, is the subject of new research by Yale astronomers.
Tiny miracle: amid pandemic, state’s first fetal surgery for spina bifida
On March 21, a team of Yale doctors made history with Connecticut’s first fetal surgery to correct myelomeningocele — a complete success.
Researchers to measure ‘coronavirus slide’ in kids’ reading skills
School vacations often lead to a “summer slide” in students’ reading skills. Will the lack of classroom instruction due to COVID-19 restrictions do the same?
Public health, faculty expertise to guide planning for next academic year
Yale leaders are drawing on the insights and ingenuity of faculty experts to chart a course for the next academic year amid the public health crisis.
Scaling-up a potential COVID-19 therapy, one molecule at a time
Yale’s Chemical and Biophysical Instrumentation Center is assisting a local research firm that’s developing a treatment for a lethal COVID-19 complication.
Yale’s Tobin Center addresses economic challenges of pandemic
Yale economists Steven Berry and Zack Cooper discuss the stimulus, medical supply production, and how they’re advising policymakers and legislators.
CHIME: How Yale’s engineers and doctors are innovating to combat COVID-19
Led by the Center for Innovation and Design, the Coalition for Health Innovation in Medical Emergencies is working to meet critical PPE shortfalls.