Finding a cosmic fog within shattered intergalactic ‘pancakes’
With a groundbreaking computer simulation, a Yale-led team of astronomers has gained new information about the vast space — and matter — in between galaxies.
Midsummer course sharpens skills in informatics and data science
“Introduction to Informatics and Data Science in the Clinical Health and Biomedical Context” was five concentrated days on the Yale West Campus.
Yale scientists zero in on atomic driver of tumor formation
New research out of the Yale Chemical Biology Institute sheds light on the link between the human microbiome and the development of colorectal cancers.
Andrew Goodman appointed the C.N.H. Long Professor
Goodman focuses his research on the gut microbiome — the collection of bacteria, mostly in the gastrointestinal tract, that every person acquires after birth.
Dr. Kevan Herold designated the C.N.H. Long Professor
Herold conducts research on the basis for autoimmune diseases and develops new therapies based on these studies.
Three faculty members named to C.N.H. Long Professorships
Andrew Goodman, Dr. Kevan Herold, and Dr. Amy Caroline Justice were appointed to C.N.H. Long Professorships.
Building lung capacity, lung-first
The disembodied living lungs in one Yale researcher’s lab show that a standalone bioengineered lung is well along the road to reality.