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Yale’s EXPRES looks to the skies of a scorching, distant planet

April 22, 2020
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

April 17, 2020
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

April 17, 2020
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

April 17, 2020
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

April 17, 2020
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

April 16, 2020
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

April 16, 2020
Led by the Center for Innovation and Design, the Coalition for Health Innovation in Medical Emergencies is working to meet critical PPE shortfalls.