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This is History: Microprobe Analyses Decipher Identities of Metallurgical Artifacts

This is History: Microprobe Analyses Decipher Identities of Metallurgical Artifacts

Dr. Robert Gordon and Colin Thomas use microstructure analysis and other chemical techniques to place artifacts in rich historical context.

Solving Rare Genetic Diseases, One Mutation at a Time

Solving Rare Genetic Diseases, One Mutation at a Time

Yale Researchers Leonard Kaczmarek and Christopher Pittenger are working on investigating rare genetic diseases through a combination of genetic sequencing, basic science research and clinical application.

Predicting Volcanic Eruptions: Modeling Magma Wagging to Anticipate Volcanic Behavior

Predicting Volcanic Eruptions: Modeling Magma Wagging to Anticipate Volcanic Behavior

Dr. Bercovici of Yale’s Geology and Geophysics Department studies volcano behavior and recently proposed a new predictive model.

Nanobolometer Set to Uncover Deep Space

Nanobolometer Set to Uncover Deep Space

Dr. Boris Karasik and Yale Professor Daniel Prober have developed a nanobolometer that detects far-infrared photons, allowing astronomers to measure the spectra of distant galaxies.

Mystery Pandemic: Ebola ravages West Africa in deadliest outbreak to date

Mystery Pandemic: Ebola ravages West Africa in deadliest outbreak to date

As Ebola continues to make headlines, doctors, researchers, and epidemiologists alike search for answers about this mystery disease and its tremendous virulence.

How Stars Form: Collaborative research studies stars from their early days

How Stars Form: Collaborative research studies stars from their early days

The youngest star system ever observed has given astronomers an ideal opportunity to study star formation from the early days.