Biosignatures may reveal a wealth of new data locked inside old fossils
Step aside, skeletons — a new world of biochemical “signatures” found in all kinds of fossils is revealing itself to paleontologists thanks to Yale research.
Yale, Baylor create atlas of cellular change in lungs with fibrosis
Using RNA sequencing, a new analysis reveals how cells change in response to Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis and identifies previously unknown cell types.
STRIDE study tests ways to prevent injuries from falls
A new study shows how difficult it is to prevent injuries such as head trauma or a broken hip in older adults, even with help from a primary care doctor.
Does a mutual fund’s past performance predict its future?
A new study by SOM’s James Choi revisits landmark research about how mutual funds behave, and finds that conventional wisdom doesn’t describe modern markets.
Piecing together the timeline for an ancient shock to the carbon cycle
A Yale co-led team has determined the beginning and end dates of the Shuram carbon excursion, one of the largest carbon cycle disturbances in Earth’s history.
As teens delay driver licensing, they miss key safety instruction
Race, socioeconomic status, and parenting are all important factors in delayed driver training, which can result in riskier behaviors when driving does begin.
Yale, Cambridge pioneer new way to make kidneys safe for transplant
A new drug regimen may undo the effects of cold storage that make human kidneys unsuitable for transplant.