Davis, a Civil Rights icon, spoke in front of a capacity crowd at Woolsey Hall on Thursday, Jan. 16.
Fuzzy terminology, faulty methods, and funky data have plagued recent scholarship on the evolution of monogamy among mammals, claims Eduardo Fernandez-Duque.
Contrary to recent studies, a Yale team has found that volcanic activity did not play a direct role in K-Pg, the extinction event that killed the dinosaurs.
Searching for the roots of political vitriol in America? Look to conflict over prominent policy issues such as gun control, immigration, and access to abortion.
Nine scholars are joining the Faculty of Arts and Sciences as ladder faculty members in January 2020. They are part of a group of 44 new faculty members who have joined the...
The Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration receives the grant alongside centers at Brown, Stanford, and UChicago.
Thanks to some astrophysical sleuthing, researchers have pinpointed the 11.5 billion-year-old galactic merger that helped shape our Milky Way.