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New Biomarker Test Detects Ovarian Cancer Earlier

New Biomarker Test Detects Ovarian Cancer Earlier

To assist in earlier diagnoses of ovarian cancer, Gil Mor, M.D., Ph.D. and his lab in the obstetric and gynecology department of the Yale School of Medicine have recently developed a new blood test.

Pushing Particles with PEG

Pushing Particles with PEG

Professor Mark Saltzman has now developed a promising new method of treatment that could evade the problem of chemotherapy delivery in the brain.

Sonic Golf: A Stroke of Genius

Sonic Golf: A Stroke of Genius

Professor of Applied Physics and Physics Robert D. Grober has recently combined his passion for golf and his professional expertise to produce a real-time audio biofeedback device for golfers.

New Fossil Solves Old Mystery

New Fossil Solves Old Mystery

A discovery by Yale graduate student Jakob Vinther, Belgian scientist Peter Van Roy, and Derek Briggs, Director of the Yale Peabody Museum, has helped put a group of armored worms in their proper place.

The Impact of El Niño on Local Galapagos Species

The Impact of El Niño on Local Galapagos Species

Every El Niño occurrence provides an excellent template for ecologists like Jeffrey Park to study environmental effects on genetic diversity and the implications of global warming.

Understanding How Cells Divide

Understanding How Cells Divide

Thomas Pollard, the Sterling Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, has discovered that “pinching” is a very simplified way to view mitosis.

Lifton Lauded for Hypertension Work

Lifton Lauded for Hypertension Work

Dr. Richard Lifton, who studies salt absorption in the kidney, was awarded the seventh annual Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences on February 4, 2008.