A Yale-led team hopes to make environmental impact and sustainability a critical part of the design and selection of engineered nanomaterials.
A novel new approach to glycosylation may have a profound impact on the production of drugs and biochemical probes like antibiotics and Alzheimer’s biomarkers.
The Henry Ford II Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics, Spielman has used complex algorithms to simplify everything from medical imaging to e-commerce.
Jay Gitlin ’71, ’74 Mus.M., ’02 Ph.D. and Meg Urry are this year’s recipients of the Howard R. Lamar Faculty Awards, presented by Rahul Prasad on April 27.
A new seminar aims to use archival materials and local history to recontextualize a revolutionary past for the revolutionary present.
Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg, the Elihu Professor of Economics at Yale, has been named chief economist of the World Bank. She will take on the role in November.
Through two randomized experiments, a new study has found that op-ed pieces have significant effects on people’s views among both the public and policy experts.