Small but distinct differences among species mark evolution of human brain
A new study shows that the human brain is not only a larger version of the ancestral primate brain but also one filled with distinct and surprising differences.
Salovey to alumni: Yale is forging connections to solve real-world problems
President Peter Salovey discussed how Yale is nurturing connectivity and innovation in the arts, humanities, social sciences, sciences, and medicine.
Zika-related nerve damage caused by immune response to the virus
The immune system’s response to the Zika virus may be responsible for nerve-related complications of infection, according to a Yale study.
Yale engineering team developing a tiny device to improve global health
Yale engineers are working to develop a novel method that could dramatically change how tuberculosis is diagnosed and treated.
How politics are affecting health care spending
Yale researchers have found that the close link between health care policy and politics is dramatically increasing health care spending.
Yale team’s advance allows gene editing with surgical precision
Researchers have created a more precise and efficient technology to edit the genomes of living organisms, an ability that is transforming medicine.
Data Driven Yale wins award in U.N. Data for Climate Action contest
The inaugural prize was awarded for linking climate change to sustainable development goals.