Subhashini Kaligotla’s research examines how art and architecture can help illuminate the relationships between neighboring regions and cultures.
Bernstein is the 51st poet to be honored with the $165,000 award and joins a list of past winners that includes W.H. Auden, Marianne Moore, and Wallace Stevens.
Introduced by President Peter Salovey, Laurie Santos, Hedy Kober, and Molly Crockett kicked off Yale’s activities at the World Economic Forum on Jan. 22.
The Yale School of Music’s ensemble-in-residence will perform its “Lamentations” program on Tuesday, Jan. 29 at Morse Recital Hall.
Moyn’s book, “Not Enough: Human Rights in an Unequal World,” explores how human rights connect to global economic fairness and inequality.
Using a new process, researchers have been able to mold metals into shapes as small as a few nanometers wide — 8,000 times smaller than a human hair.
In two separate studies, Yale researchers identified new targets for HIV suppression therapies: the protein Apobec3A, and in mice the genes Snerv-1 and Snerv-2.