Charles Ahn
October 7, 2019
Yale researchers in “picoscience” are working to design and fabricate materials at the picometer scale — which is a million times smaller than a micrometer.
Left to right: Professors Gerald Jaynes, David Blight, Edward Rugemer, Stephanie Smallwood (speaking), James Horn, and Brenda Stevenson address the audience at the “400 Years: African Americans, 1619-2019” panel discussion.
October 1, 2019
Aligned with the 50th anniversary of Yale’s African American Studies program, the panel “400 Years” examined the 400th anniversary of the American slave trade.
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September 26, 2019
A new study suggests that our solar system can expect a few large interstellar objects like ‘Oumuamua to show up every year — and lots of smaller ones to boot.
Professor Molly Crockett
September 25, 2019
Professor Molly Crockett and her co-authors have received the 2018 Best Social Cognition Paper Award by the Internatonal Social Cognition Network (ISCON).
United States Department of Energy logo
September 23, 2019
The National Alliance for Water Innovation, including professors Menachem Elimelech and Jaehong Kim, was selected by the U.S. Department of Energy to address water security.
Atlantic Ocean
September 16, 2019
Shineng Hu of UC San Diego and Alexey Fedorov of Yale explore how global warming may alter global climate components such as the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation.
Shuar children in the Amazon
September 16, 2019
Children in Amazonian Ecuador are more risk-averse than their peers in more industrialized countries, a new Yale study finds.