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With cellular blueprint for lungs, researchers look to organ regeneration

December 4, 2019
Using sophisticated cellular screening across animal species, Yale researchers have taken the first step toward being able to bioengineer new human lungs.

Untangling the branches in the mammal tree of life

December 4, 2019
Using fossil and genomic data, Yale researchers have created an “evolutionary tree of life” that details relationships between mammal species across the globe.

Untangling the branches in the mammal tree of life

December 4, 2019
Using fossil and genomic data, Yale researchers have created an “evolutionary tree of life” that details relationships between mammal species across the globe.

The path toward brain-like computers

December 2, 2019
A new paper co-authored by a Yale researcher provides an overview of computing’s ongoing journey toward something like the thinking power of the human brain.

An electron highway headed for methanol

November 27, 2019
Yale chemists have found a novel solution for two chemical tasks: producing methanol — a valuable liquid fuel — and removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

World’s oldest comma shrimp was way ahead of the curve

November 26, 2019
A newly discovered, 90-million-year-old creature fills in a major evolutionary gap for a family of marine animals now found in abundance around the planet.

New image offers close-up view of interstellar comet

November 26, 2019
The comet named 2l/Borisov, first spotted this summer, is headed toward Earth and will reach its closest approach — about 190 million miles — in early December.