What do toothpaste, fertilizer, volcanoes and tea have in common?
The answer was revealed to over 80 young school students this week as they took advantage of a virtual behind the scenes tour of the West Campus science labs
Jason Crawford to spearhead chemical biology at West Campus
The Maxine F. Singer '57 PhD Associate Professor of Chemistry and of Microbial Pathogenesis will reshape the Chemical Biology Institute, which is focused on the discovery of new biological molecules and their application to problems in biology and medicine
New technology enables Yale scientists to see those good excitations
A new technique is enabling scientists at Yale’s West Campus to observe surface waves in superconductors – and what comes next for renewable power
Respond. Recover. Reimagine.
This year is different. The needs of many of our neighbors are more compelling than ever. It’s going to take all of us to ease the impact and recover as a community, and at West Campus we’re determined to do our part. Donate today and visit our events page for news of exciting opportunities to get involved!
Yale scientists take the driving seat in pursuit of Lyme disease answers
Empowered by the cryo-electron microscope, scientists at the Microbial Sciences Institute have taken a major step towards understanding how Lyme disease navigates and disseminates in its hosts, and how we can control it in future
Stavroula Hatzios named a Beckman Young Investigator
The assistant professor at the Yale Microbial Sciences Institute is one of 10 scientists nationally to be named a Beckman Young Investigator for 2020. The award will help the Hatzios Lab to develop new technologies that target disease-causing bacteria in the human gut
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