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Man squatting holding cords under giant machine
September 27, 2022
Whether it’s a small or large molecule that needs characterizing, Yale’s Chemical and Biophysical Instrumentation Center (CBIC) has a device for that. The Center...
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September 22, 2022
A team co-led by Seth Herzon, Milton Harris ‘29 Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry, and Professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutic Radiology, and Ranjit Bindra, Harvey and Kate...
September 7, 2022
The natural world possesses its own intrinsic electrical grid composed of a global web of tiny bacteria-generated nanowires in the soil and oceans that “breathe” by exhaling...
cells and assays
August 24, 2022
The human immune system is primed to fight off microbial invaders but sometimes it can misfire, causing inflammatory disease. For instance, an enzyme that plays a key...
chameleon lizard, molecules, chemical makeup ligands
July 28, 2022
Yale researchers have developed a new class of molecules that target some of the deadliest brain cancers while sparing healthy tissue along the way. The discovery, which...
proton electron movement above solar panels
July 21, 2022
At the heart of energy conversion, electrons and protons move in an intricate, coordinated dance. Chemists at Yale and in Sweden say they may have learned the steps to a new...
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June 22, 2022
Steven Wilkinson, the Nilekani Professor of India and South Asian Studies who has served as acting dean of social science in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) since last...