Data from the James Webb Space Telescope shows the universe may have started forming star-filled galaxies earlier than previously thought.
Political scientist Isabela Mares discusses her book, which examines the incentives that led politicians to pass electoral reforms in first-wave democracies.
Thierry Emonet, whose work on chemical navigation has shed new light on the molecular basis of individuality and has shown how biological diversity can be beneficial to...
Yale sociologist Rourke O’Brien has joined an advisory council to guide Boston Fed researchers on projects intended to inform public policy.
Yale researchers study a program to fight childhood obesity, a new theory about the density of the universe, and the demographics of clinical trials.
Millicent Marcus, a scholar who specializes in Italian culture from the interdisciplinary perspectives of literature, history, and film, was recently appointed the Sarai...
In an interview, William Honeychurch discusses his work examining Mongolia’s ancient nomadic societies, and what it reveals about humankind.