Valerie Horsley and her associates have recently taken a closer look at hair growth and implicated intradermal adipocyte lineage cells in the activation of skin stem cells that induce hair growth.
Professor Steven Zucker of the Yale Computer Science Department has developed an extensive theory that expands our understanding of the way curves and textures are perceived by the human eye.
Professor Rhea Paul of the Yale Child Study Center studies methods of inducing speech in nonspeaking preschoolers with autism spectrum disorders.
Dr. Robert LaMotte’s Laboratory at the Yale School of Medicine studies the perception and mechanisms of itch in an effort to derive better treatments for chronic itch.
Exciting new research at Yale’s Greer Lab has revealed a population of olfactory stem cells and has begun to unravel the complex mechanisms behind the development and regeneration of the olfactory system neurons.
In several regions of the brain, researchers are discovering new complexities in the ways in which our diet affects our minds and bodies.
Say good-bye to tooth decay? Dental caries, more commonly known as tooth decay, may be preventable in the future due to an exciting breakthrough.
Could ears be more accurate biometric identification tools than fingerprints?
An explanation of the pesky red-eye effect in photography and tips to avoid it.
Professor of Microbial Pathogenesis, Jorge Galán, has discovered a sorting platform essential to the ability of Salmonella to infect target cells, a finding that has potential implications in the development of antimicrobial pharmaceutical compounds.