It’s been a busy year for Genevieve Airyanne Antoine. The Tuskegee University graduate spoke about spending consecutive summers at Yale’s Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, and a new career path on the horizon
Scientists at the Systems Biology Institute move closer to resolving the riddle of how new cell types arise by studying tissue cells in two distantly related mammals. Their work was published today in PLOS Biology.
Royal jelly has long been known for its mysterious growth effects on future queen honey bees. Using fresh source on West Campus, a diverse group of partners are exploring how the magical substance might affect cell signaling and growth in cancer cells.
“We’re beginning to really understand the molecular mechanisms bacteria use to spread infection in our bodies” - Jun Liu, of the Microbial Sciences Institute, featured in a film about the impact that CryoEM technology is having on our understanding of human disease
“Molecules evolve just like organisms - they descend from common ancestors." A team of researchers at Yale is expanding our understanding of how bacteria continue to evolve and adapt at the molecular level.