Yale’s Horwich co-recipient of $3 million Breakthrough Prize
Arthur L. Horwich and colleague F. Ulrich Hartl from the Max Planck Institute will share the $3 million Breakthrough Prize, the richest prize in the sciences.
New hair follicles can corral skin cancer
The regeneration of hair follicles protects against tumor growth even in the presence of the well-known cancer-causing mutation HRAS, a new Yale study finds.
Study reaches multidisciplinary consensus on imaging for kidney stones
Led by a Yale professor, a team of researchers has engaged in a consensus process to determine when and how CT scans should be used to diagnose renal colic.
Yale researchers find new cancer gene drivers
A team of Yale researchers has developed a model that marries biophysics, gene sequencing, and statistics to identify at least 200 new cancer-driving genes.
Study illuminates how human activity has transformed the Earth
A new study by archaeologists shows that humans were transforming the Earth much earlier than previously thought.
Creativity in motion: how Yale engineering puts theory to practice
These stories demonstrate how Yale engineers are helping to realize President Salovey’s vision of Yale at the forefront of scientific research and education.
At Yale Science Building, a move-in as big as the research to come
The facility will offer faculty and students seven stories and 280,300 square feet of newly finished space for scientific research — once they get moved in.