Yale scientists have created a device that uses sound waves to store quantum information and convert it from one form to another, inside a single chip.
Meet the four new full-time faculty members: Deborah Coen, Samuel Moyn, Sergei Antonov, and Carolyn Roberts.
New research indicates that the Milky Way’s satellite galaxies are much more tranquil than other systems of comparable luminosity and environment.
A Yale study of ducks illustrates how social forces can shape individual anatomy and suggests how sexual conflict and sexual autonomy shapes social behavior.
Writing as amici (“friends of the court”), the schools argue that “even in its more limited form,” the ban harms academia and “should be invalidated.”
President Peter Salovey and enginnering Dean T. Kyle Vanderlick were among those on hand to dedicate the new Greenberg Engineering Teaching Concourse.
The original purpose of moral outrage could be perverted in the Internet age, argues Yale psychologist Molly Crockett in the journal Nature Human Behavior.