A Yale political scientist discusses his work to improve the measurement of public opinion and electoral behavior — and why more data isn’t always better.
Yale political scientist Hélène Landemore will help oversee a citizens’ convention that will reconsider France’s laws on assisted suicide and euthanasia.
G-MAN: J. Edgar Hoover and the Making of the American Century, the new book by Professor of History and American Studies Beverly Gage, has been named a 2022 New York Times...
In an interview with the ISPS, Alexander Coppock discusses his research on persuasion in a break with what has previously been thought about people with opposing viewpoints.
A new study by Yale paleontologists charts the radical evolutionary changes to the thigh bones of dinosaurs and birds that allowed them to stand on two feet.
The words beautiful and creative rarely come to mind when talking about disease, but seven chemical biology experts did just that as they shared their artful research at the...
Yale economist Amit Khandelwal asks, who is bearing the brunt of price increases resulting from retaliatory tariffs between the two economic superpowers?