The premise of Yale’s most popular course was the topic of a panel discussion between Jennifer Herdt, Shelly Kagan, and Laurie Santos on Monday, April 2.
Researchers hope to enable searches for new physics, unique forms of precision sensing, and novel approaches to quantum information processing.
Focusing on a simple hormone, a Yale researcher has found specific forms of it that poke toxic holes in cells, a discovery that could help treat diabetes.
An intricate lattice of microscopic magnets has showed behavior that is reminiscent of quantum mechanical systems, but in a purely classical system.
A new study shows evidence that pineal and parapineal eyes were present simultaneously in an extinct lizard that lived nearly 50 million years ago.
In “The Open Sea,” J. G. Manning offers a new history of economic life in the Mediterranean world in the Iron Age, from Phoenician trading to the Hellenistic era and the...
Herzon is a synthetic organic chemist.