Professor Craig Crews has been studying limb generation in amphibian axolotl models. With a focus on dedifferentiation and the wound epidermis, Crews is aiming to gain a deeper understanding of regeneration, which can be applied in the future to the combat of tissue degenerative diseases like Parkinson’s and arthritis.
PORTIA is a one of Yale’s Computer Science Departments major collaborative projects. Involving professors and professionals from across the country in many fields including law and medicine, PORTIA aims to develop new sensitive information handling technology and to create an effective conceptual framework for privacy and ethics of sensitive data.
Previous cancer research has shown that multiple mutations are needed to spawn tumor development. In the past, it was believed that these alterations needed to
Death From Below At 4:53 PM on January 12, 2010, Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, began to shake. Within minutes, much of the city