Sleep or sex? How the fruit fly decides
A multi-institution study has found that male and female fruit flies choose differently between sex or sleep.
Yale chemists find new approach for changing CO2 into CO
A new process for converting carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide could potentially be used to create fuels and chemical products.
Lab-created mini-brains reveal how growing organ maintains neuronal balance
Scientists can now explore in a laboratory dish how the human brain develops by creating organoids — distinct, three-dimensional regions of the brain.
Feeling appreciated benefits health of spouses of chronically ill patients
A Yale study shows that spouses of a chronically ill mate who feel appreciated for their efforts experience improved well-being both physical and mental.
Texting while parenting: Mobile program improves safety of sleeping infants
A new educational intervention delivered in the form of texts and emails has been found to increase adherence to safe sleep practices for infants.
Evolution of pregnancy may be key to better reproductive technologies today
Yale scientists report that humans differ from their evolutionary ancestors by undergoing a pro-inflammatory process at the onset and conclusion of pregnancy.
Professor teaches statistics and data science aboard USS George H.W. Bush
Professor Jay Emerson led a workshop titled “Life in the Sea of Statistics and Data Science” for sailors on an aircraft carrier.