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On Friday, scientists will join together at Yale University for a forum that could overturn the three century old method for naming newly discovered nature.
Event Recognizes Some of the Local Employees Integral to the Construction New Haven, CT (PRWEB) April 11, 2011 New Haven Mayor John DeStefano and Higher One today broke ground to celebrate the next phase of this local company's growth and development in New Haven's Science Park.
DNA's role as the master blueprint of the cell means that even small sequence changes can have catastrophic consequences.
Male monkeys looking for a good time might benefit from spending a bit longer getting to know a potential mate.
Can babies tell when someone is acting good or bad? With the help of some creative puppetry, Yale University psychologist Karen Wynn is proving they can.
A new Yale University study looks at why there is such a big difference in the mortality rates among patients treated for heart attacks in hospitals across the country.
Imagine a material that's stronger than steel, but just as versatile as plastic, able to take on a seemingly endless variety of forms.
No matter their size or shape, explosive volcanoes produce tremors at similar frequencies for minutes, days or weeks before they erupt.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Feb. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Mira Dx announced today that it has licensed technology from Yale University based on the acceptance of a pivotal breast cancer study in the January issue of the journal Cell Cycle.
The invention of the laser -- more than 50 years ago -- that has turned up in everything from Compact Discs to laser pointers, now has a new enemy: the "antilaser" -- the first device capable of trapping and terminating laser beams.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.