Spielman and two co-awardees have been recognized by the National Academy of Science for their work to find the elusive solution to the Kadison-Singer problem.
When Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are sworn in on Jan. 20, they will take on an array of monumental challenges. Yale faculty offer research-based guidance.
This month’s Yale science rundown goes deep — into ancient oceans, proteins within human cells, and the Earth’s mantle.
Work by Yale economists Zack Cooper and Fiona Scott Morton exposed a pricey national problem — one that they’ve successfully lobbied Congress to solve.
Jaynes, a professor of African American studies, discusses his youth in the civil rights era, the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., and his work that remains.
American opposition to increased government spending crosses partisan lines. A new Yale-led study shows that it also crosses racial lines.
Yale political scientist Elizabeth Nugent discusses “After Repression,” her new book on the outcome of 2011’s Arab Spring in Tunisia and Egypt.