Yale team creates VR game to prevent marijuana vaping

The research team has created the first-ever virtual reality-based youth marijuana vaping prevention program with plans to implement it in schools across the state this spring.

Ian Abraham awarded NSF Faculty Early Career Development award

This August, mechanical engineering and materials science professor Ian Abraham received the NSF Faculty Early Career Development award for his robotics and optimal control research.

Biotech company founded by Yale alum opens new headquarters in Connecticut

Quantum-Si, a biotechnology company based in Branford, Connecticut, moved into a new space to support over 100 staff as they continue to develop and market their protein sequencing technology called “Platinum.”

YUAA’s Project Liquid tests liquid rocket engine

The Project Liquid Team at the Yale Undergraduate Aerospace Association tested their liquid rocket engine for the first time on April 2.

Yale researchers develop telescope to test drone calibration

Researchers in Yale’s Newburgh Lab have been using the telescope to study a technique that could improve the accuracy of future radio telescopes’ measurements

Yale CubeSat team develops satellite to be launched into orbit

The small cosmic ray-detecting satellite will be deployed from the International Space Station in winter of 2023.

Yale researchers achieve breakthrough in extending qubit’s lifetime above break-even point

Researchers at Yale have extended the lifetime of a qubit by 2.3 times, a major step in improving and proving the viability of quantum computers.

Physicists build novel “anti-laser” technological device

Physicists have developed an innovative reflectionless “anti-laser” device with applications in photonics.

Novel BioLaunch program to train New Haven residents for careers in biotech

Founded by Yale Professor Craig Crews and established in partnership with ConnCAT, BioLaunch aims to have the biotech industry better represent the New Haven community.

Yale researchers develop chip detector capable of resolving up to 100 photons

Researchers from the Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science developed an on-chip detector with applications in quantum information processing and optics.

Researchers explore use of machine learning to predict bulk metallic glass formation

Researchers from the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science are analyzing the effectiveness of a machine learning tool in predicting bulk metallic glass formability.