Coulter counters - small devices that can count cells in a solution and identify them by size - are a potentially attractive tool for health care workers, but creating a...
FAS researchers learn that flies are fooled by optical illusions as easily as humans.
Richards discusses her book, “The Ferrante Letters: An Experiment in Collective Criticism,” its co-authors, and Elena Ferrante’s “Neapolitan Quartet.”
A Yale historian, Grandin won a 2020 Pulitzer Prize for his book “The End of the Myth: From the Frontier to the Border Wall in the Mind of America.”
New research into Photosystem II, the enigmatic enzyme at the heart of photosynthesis, may lead to insights for designing new solar energy systems.
Yale professor of History and Global Affairs Arne Westad has been named the next director of International Security Studies (ISS).
In new research, Yale scientists describe how a hidden undersea “power grid” could be activated — and help to create living electronics.