Alumnus’ gift endows the university librarianship
Susan Gibbons will now serve as the inaugural Stephen F. Gates ’68 University Librarian, thanks to funding from the estate of Gates, who passed away in July.
WHRY funds study to enable early detection, treatment of ovarian cancer
With a new study led by Ryan Jensen, Women’s Health Research at Yale aims to understand what leads women with certain gene mutations to develop ovarian tumors.
Yale chemists find new way to create lithium metal electrodes for batteries
Researchers at Yale and China’s Donghua University have developed a process for creating lithium metal that may boost the performance of rechargeable batteries.
Yale Innovation Summit highlights entrepreneurial research
Almost 1,000 investors, entrepreneurs, and scientists gathered May 9 at SOM for the Yale Innovation Summit, showcasing the university’s tech and biotech talent.
Photopheresis: A cancer treatment that goes beyond skin deep
Shedding light on new uses for Photopheresis, a cellular immunotherapy developed by Yale Medicine’s chair of dermatology, Dr. Richard Edelson.
A forum where trees intersect with software
The topics may be diverse, but plant evolution, computer chips and catalysts for solar power all found common ground at the Yale Science and Engineering Forum.
Max Planck-Yale Center for Biodiversity Movement and Global Change launched
Together with the Max Planck Society, Yale launched the Max Planck–Yale Center for Biodiversity Movement and Global Change with a daylong symposium on May 2.