Strengthening palliative care in Israel
Israel is home to 9 million people, and of more than 40,000 decedents a year only 10% receive palliative care. YSN’s Dena Schulman-Green wants to change that.
Study explores role of metabolism in immune cell behavior
New Yale research has uncovered a previously unrecognized process involving the metabolism of mitochondria and immune cell biology.
A bacterial remnant may explain arthritis in Lyme patients
New Yale research offers insight into why some Lyme disease patients continue to suffer from debilitating arthritis even after antibiotic treatment.
Hue times two: a second look at the color of dinosaur eggs
New research by Yale paleontologist Jasmina Wiemann confirms: The evolutionary root of modern bird egg coloring can be found in eumaniraptoran dinosaurs.
Yale and MIT researchers study water quality, oil and gas drilling in Ohio
As part of the WATer and Energy Resources Study, the researchers will investigate the impact of fracking on groundwater and human health.
SOM Insights: Professor Vineet Kumar on Facebook’s move into cryptocurrency
Kumar discusses Facebook’s newly announced “Libra” cryptocurrency, what it means for the company, and for the future of blockchain technology.
A tool for identifying phases of matter
Yale scientists have developed a more accurate way to help classify the distinct physical forms taken on by all the “stuff” in the universe.