Scientists at Yale’s Systems Biology Institute and Johns Hopkins have discovered why the sudden contraction of our bronchial airways - so called “bronchospasm” - acts differently in healthy people and those who suffer respiratory diseases such as asthma
Scientists at the Energy Sciences Institute have developed a mathematical framework to identify the upper bounds of light interactions and radiative energy transfer, opening the way for brighter imaging techniques, improved solar-power technologies, and the efficient conversion of heat to electricity
People sometimes suffer toxic side effects from drugs that help many others. Scientists from the Microbial Sciences Institute have identified a surprising explanation — the gut microbiome. This short animation explains.
“Having the FIB adjacent to the Energy Sciences Institute will accelerate our research” – Judy Cha, the Carol and Douglas Melamed Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science, on the “big boost” to materials scientists at Yale of having the new focused ion beam at West Campus