In a new book, Yale’s Francesco Casetti illustrates how people have used media for protection in tumultuous times, from the French Revolution to COVID-19.
In a major new work, Yale ichthyologist Thomas Near revises branches of the Tree of Life concerning most fish species based on the latest scientific knowledge.
Pincelli Hull, an associate professor in the Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences, is a 2023 Schmidt Science Polymath fellow.
Solodow, a linguistic polymath who taught in Yale’s Department of Classics from 1985 through last year, died on Oct. 4. He was 76.
In a Q&A, Julian Posada discusses his research on the ethics of artificial intelligence production, his teaching, and how he spends his free time.
At a recent “pop-up” exhibit, Yale physics students took a closer look at more than a dozen trailblazing tomes by Galileo, Newton, Kepler, and others.
Jon Ellman, Eugene Higgins Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Pharmacology in the Yale Faulty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) was one of 14 Yale faculty members awarded with...