The origins of chewing in prehistoric mammals — a watershed moment in our evolution — is the subject of a new study from Yale researchers.
The Yale chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA is putting classroom lessons to the test with projects like water infrastructure improvements in Tanzania.
The Graduate Certificate in the Environmental Humanities will be offered beginning in the fall of 2019 and is open to doctoral students at any stage.
Long before our ancestors hunted for meat, a taste for the fat in scavenged bone marrow might have offered them the nutrition needed to develop bigger brains.
Led by the Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration, the project aims to improve equity and advance race scholarship.
As a graduate student in 1999, Yale’s Priyamvada Natarajan made a prediction about cosmic winds and black holes. New research has just proved her right.
This Sunday’s Super Bowl will feature a 40-something QB up against a rival who’s only in his 20s. But does age really matter? Yale SEAS researchers weigh in.