Study to examine human-robot collaboration to reduce recycling ‘bottleneck’
Yale researchers will explore whether a collaboration between humans and robots can improve the efficiency and profitability of the world’s recycling sector.
Colón-Ramos and Rothlin appointed to McConnell Duberg Professorships
Daniel Colón-Ramos and Carla Vanina Rothlin were appointed to Dorys McConnell Duberg Professorships.
Will marshland keep up with rising seas? Study finds clues in the sediment
A new Yale-led study describes a novel process that might provide important insights into the future of these vulnerable coastal ecosystems.
Scratching the surface: metallic glass implants
A class of biomaterials called bulk metallic glasses could transform future implanted medical devices and other engineered objects.
Doctors’ attitudes toward lesbians and gays shaped early in medical school
Favorable interactions with sexual minorities during medical school reduces bias against members of the LGBT community in early-career doctors, a study finds.
SOM Insights: Study reveals how many cooks it takes to spoil the broth
A new paper looks at how we perceive collaborations of different sizes, and what it means for how companies describe the creation of their products.
Ruzica Piskac named the Dubinsky Associate Professor of Computer Science
Piskac focuses her research on programming languages, software verification, automated reasoning, and code synthesis.