Yale astronomers to benefit from new Sloan Digital Sky Survey data

The Sloan Digital Sky Survey, the most in-depth three-dimensional astronomical survey ever conducted, is ready to enter its fifth phase, giving Yale astronomers a new […]

Yale researchers develop nonsurgical treatment for skin cancer

Yale researchers have created a nonsurgical injection that can treat skin cancer. The new treatment, which was published in a paper in the journal Proceedings […]

Mask mandates associated with people spending less time at home, Yale School of the Environment study finds

The implementation of mask mandates around the country was correlated with people spending less time at home, a new study by a Yale School of […]

Yale researchers discover reservoir of T cells involved in anti-tumor response

In a recent study, Yale scientists investigated how a specific subset of T cells can survive within a tumor’s microenvironment during the progression of cancer. […]

COVID-19 vaccines should not eclipse public health precautions, YNHH doctors stress

Although the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of COVID-19 vaccines has brought the end of the pandemic nearer, the United States remains at a defining […]

Yale study finds link between autism in children, premature birth of their parents

Autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, in children may be linked to the premature birth of their parents, according to a Yale School of Public Health […]

Yale team discovers ring-like structure of electrons in high-temperature superconductors

Yale scientists have come one step closer to understanding the behavior of electrons and have found surprising results. Coulomb’s law — a law governing electrical […]

Yale study reveals acute kidney injury alert systems do not reduce risk

A new study by Yale School of Medicine nephrology experts shows that electronic alerts for acute kidney injury do not statistically improve patient outcomes.  F. […]

Understanding our immune systems: Yale lab observes how macrophages respond to conflicting signals

In order to better understand macrophages — one of the first responders in our immune system — Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering Kathryn Miller-Jensen and […]

Yale affiliates one step closer to explaining food allergies

An article recently published in the scientific journal Cell provides new clues to the mystery behind food allergies by examining the workings of what the […]

Yale postdoc wins first Cell Press Rising Black Scientists Award

Chrystal Starbird, a postdoctoral fellow who works in the Ferguson Lab at the Yale Cancer Biology Institute, recently won the first Cell Press Rising Black […]