Blavatnik Fund for Innovation at Yale enters its second year
Faculty can receive funding and support to turn their research into commercial opportunity as the Blavatnik Fund for Innovation at Yale enters its second year.
Study uncovers markers for severe form of multiple sclerosis
Scientists have uncovered two molecules involved in cell communication and movement that may explain why some people develop progressive multiple sclerosis.
Americans vastly overestimate progress toward racial economic equality
Americans appear profoundly unaware of the vast economic inequality that persists between black and white Americans in contemporary society.
Yale experts explain what parents should know about pediatric obesity
There are multiple factors that contribute to childhood obesity, including a clear genetic component, say two Yale experts.
Science editor to discuss writing about research for the general public
Alumnus David Grimm of Science magazine will present a talk titled “Stop Talking Like a Scientist” on Sept. 20 as a Poynter Fellow in Journalism.
SOM Insights: Integrated communities benefit more from venture capital
The less segregated a community is, the more likely people of diverse backgrounds will mix and generate ideas, according to a new Yale study.
Yale’s ‘mother of all microscopes’ spurs science and faculty recruitment
The Titan Krios cryoelectron microscope at the West Campus is bringing unprecedented capabilities to Yale, spurring science and faculty recruitment.