Yale Renaissance scholar takes ancient literary works into the 21st-century
Yale Sterling Professor David Quint, a specialist in the literature of the European Renaissance, is a product of Yale’s Department of Comparative Literature.
Pot withdrawal eased for dependent users
A fatty acid inhibitor that acts upon endocannabinoid receptors in the brain may be able to help people with cannabis use disorder reduce withdrawal symptoms.
SOM Insights: The roots of economic inequality
The gap between rich and poor is widening, and deeply ingrained social behaviors and biases are a factor, says SOM’s Michael Kraus.
A world of information at the Yale Day of Data
Keynote speaker William Michener and Yale researchers from across disciplines gathered on Nov. 30 to discuss the role of data in their research.
Schiffer announces next steps in advancing key science priorities at Yale
The announcement follows President Peter Salovey’s response last week to recommendations from the University Science Strategy Committee.
Mountain splendor? Scientists know where your eyes will look
Using brain measurements, researchers have predicted how people’s eyes move when viewing natural scenes, an advance in understanding the human visual system.
Yale scientists develop new system to study emerging tickborne disease
Yale-led researchers have developed a novel system for studying the potentially fatal tickborne parasite Babesia duncani using human red blood cells.