Two Yale scientists are part of a team that was recently awarded $1.44 million by the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation in a larger effort to fund innovative biotech research, Xconomy reported.
This week, Yale will celebrate National Engineers Week for the second time with activities ranging from lectures and networking to trivia and ice cream socials. The event, which is designed to celebrate the “positive contributions engineers make to society,” will kick off with two discussions about engineering entrepreneurship tomorrow evening at 7 p.m. with a talk by »
Yale School of Medicine immunologists and Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigators Richard Flavell and Ruslan Medzhitov were named winners of the Vilcek Prize for Biomedical Sciences, receiving $100,000 for their work on the role of the immune system in a range of diseases, including Type 2 diabetes. Flavell sat down with the News and spoke »
Want to impress Linda Lorimer, win a gift card and have your wit displayed for eternity in one fell swoop? The Center for Engineering Innovation and Design is hosting a logo and name competition for its new café, which will open on Jan. 22 on the first floor of the Becton Center. Members of the »
Nature magazine has named Yale microbiologist Jo Handelsman as one of the “10 people who mattered in 2012″ for her research on gender biases in science. In her research, Handelsman gathered a group of 100 male and female scientists and asked them to assess job applications, presenting them with applications that were identical in every »