In a new book, Yale historian Lauren Benton explores the rampant — and seemingly incessant — small wars that shaped imperial ...
An extended-release version of buprenorphine, a treatment for opioid use disorder, can be used earlier than other medication.
Yale experts discuss steps taken to improve the river’s water quality ahead of this month’s Olympics and a factor that could ...
In a Q&A, pianist Vijay Iyer ’92 talks about the inspiration for a new composition he’ll introduce at this month’s ...
A new study finds that frequent viral and bacterial infections in children boost nasal immune defenses, which may have helped ...
Schiff is a world-renowned pediatric neurosurgeon whose work centers on neural control engineering, sustainable health ...
Yale researchers have uncovered a way to make a type of white blood cells known as natural killer cells — which kill infected, damaged, or malignant cells in the body — more effective against cancer.
Solar panel and biorefinery designers could learn a thing or two from iridescent giant clams living near tropical coral reefs, according to a new Yale-led study. This is because giant clams have ...
Potenza was recently appointed the inaugural Steven M. Southwick Professor of Psychiatry and professor in the child study ...
For decades, the Jim Vlock First Year Building Project has offered students at the Yale School of Architecture the opportunity to design and build a house in New Haven, creating badly needed homes for ...
In a video message, members of the Yale and Elm City communities extend a warm welcome as President Maurie McInnis ’96 Ph.D.