A new Yale-led discovery presents a powerful new mechanism with potential uses in quantum computing, cryptography, and quantum communications.
Yale’s new Translation Initiative, helmed by Alice Kaplan and Harold Augenbraum, will frame the subject within the “lived environment” of a globalized world.
Hosted by the Wright Lab and the Yale Quantum Institute, the topic of the Feb. 19 event was “Quantum Sensors: Opportunities and Applications.”
Focusing on public finance and political economy, Washington’s research touches on the impact of the Voting Rights Act, the price of motherhood, and more.
What would the ancient Babylonians have made of recent celestial events like the blood moon and super moon? Just ask Yale professor Eckart Frahm.
Metallic glass’s unique properties lend it versatility and strength — but also hard to control. New Yale research offers some clues that may help change that.
At the Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design, a workshop explored how the physical properties of paint can influence the art it creates.