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Sterling Professorships

Sterling Professorships

Earlier this year, two Yale scientists were named Sterling Professors, the highest honor that a member of the Yale faculty can attain from the institution.

New Head of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

New Head of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

Professor Dan Esty heads Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection with an initiative to improve energy policies that will also benefit the state’s economy.

Synesthetic Perception

Synesthetic Perception

A look into the rare phenomenon by which a single stimulus can trigger different sensory pathways.

New Dinosaur Species Discovered

New Dinosaur Species Discovered

Nicolas Longrich has discovered a new dinosaur species that may shed light on how dinosaurs evolved their massive size.

Heart Attack Treatment 2.0

Heart Attack Treatment 2.0

A recent study by researchers at the Yale School of Public Health investigated the relationship between an online community and improvement of treatment times for heart attack patients.

Closer to Flexible LED Displays

Closer to Flexible LED Displays

Yale Professor of Electrical Engineering Jung Han has developed a nanoetching technique to create thin, flexible gallium nitride (GaN) films for LEDs.

Autonomous Goal Operation

Autonomous Goal Operation

Professor John Bargh proposes that an autonomous goal system can deceive humans into changing how they view the world.

Rain Devastation

Rain Devastation

Shifting global climate patterns have resulted in deadly mudslides in Brazil. What could these changes mean for susceptible areas of the U.S., especially California?

A Sorting Platform for Salmonella

A Sorting Platform for Salmonella

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.