Targeting COVID-19 with innovative computational design methods

Yale scientists have developed a new class of antiviral agents that shows promise for creating COVID-19 therapeutics—exhibiting particular effectiveness when used in tandem with the drug remdesivir, another antiviral medication ...

Collaboration leads to 2-D polymer discovery

Army researchers reached a breakthrough in the nascent science of two-dimensional polymers thanks to a collaborative program that enlists the help of lead scientists and engineers across academia known as joint faculty appointments.

Study explains how light could activate neurons

Human brains have an average of 86 billion neurons. These nerve cells are interconnected at junctions known as synapses, and some neurons have as many as 10,000 such synapses. A key to understanding brain function is to have ...

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