SOM Insights: Is women’s work evaluated fairly?
In a new study Yale SOM’s Tristan Botelho looked at bias in the investment industry, finding that women’s ideas get less attention than their male colleagues’.
Yale Assyriologist discovers evidence of lost city in Iraq
At the invitation of the U.S. government, Eckart Frahm recently got the chance to examine ancient cuneiform tablets recovered after looting in southern Iraq.
With gene editing, researchers cure blood disorder in fetal mice
An anemia-causing genetic mutation was corrected with an intravenous injection of nanoparticles carrying a combination of donor DNA and synthetic molecules.
Viral suppression helps lower risk for many types of cancer, study finds
A new YSPH study is the first to examine the potential cancer prevention benefits of prolonged periods of antiretroviral therapy for persons living with HIV.
$16M grant bolsters Yale’s quantum computing research
The four-year grant from the U.S. Army Research Office will help fund the work of dozens of students and researchers affiliated with the Yale Quantum Institute.
Safer by design: Meta review examines expanding branches of green chemistry
Two decades after Paul Anastas introduced the 12 principles of green chemistry, a new paper documents the innovations that have emerged from those principles.
High rates of HIV and diabetes raise the risk of TB for South Africans
The heightened TB risk is likely due to the delayed immune response in people with diabetes, and the overall suppressed immunity in those living with HIV.