Early treatment for HIV infection helps halt brain damage
A new study shows that HIV-related neurological damage occurs sooner after initial infection than previously thought.
Scientists find the first bird beak, right under their noses
Researchers have pieced together the three-dimensional skull of a toothed bird that represents a pivotal moment in the transition from dinosaurs to birds.
A reimagined future for sustainable nanomaterials
A Yale-led team hopes to make environmental impact and sustainability a critical part of the design and selection of engineered nanomaterials.
A new formula for creating chemical reactions — with carbs
A novel new approach to glycosylation may have a profound impact on the production of drugs and biochemical probes like antibiotics and Alzheimer’s biomarkers.
Impact: How Yale research, programs, and people effect real-world change
From medical breakthroughs to initiatives that strengthen communities around the globe, Yale’s research, programs, and people are improving the world every day.
Quantum research at Yale makes its mark
Quantum computers could usher in computation speeds that are orders of magnitude faster than today’s supercomputers, and Yale research is making them a reality.
New study offers front-row seat to a galactic pile-up
The new Yale-led study examines a collision of 14 galaxies 12.4 billion lightyears from Earth, lending insight into how supermassive galaxy clusters are formed.