The first known interstellar object to pass through Earth’s solar system may be a 900-foot hydrogen iceberg, say researchers.
New Yale research finds evidence of continental growth starting as early as 4.4 billion years ago — a billion years earlier than scientists previously thought.
A new Yale study reveals the complex interplay between supermassive black holes and the formation of stars in their host galaxies.
Thirteen faculty retired from the FAS in 2019-2020. As is tradition in the FAS, at the final Yale College Faculty Meeting of the academic year, Dean Tamar Gendler read...
New research by Yale’s Greg Huber in the journal Political Behavior shows that donors demonstrate a strong preference for candidates that toe the party line.
Gerber discusses how the social sciences are responding to the COVID-19 crisis and how it might influence the way faculty go about their research in the future.
Professors Molly Crockett, Gregory Huber, Rohini Pande, David Wilkinson, and Fabrizio Zilibotti spoke about their COVID-19 research at a recent online event.