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A Potential Cure for Multiple Sclerosis

It’s the first treatment that addresses the disease by disarming the immune cells that have turned against the body’s nerve cells, rather than simply suppressing them.

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'Sticky' Particles

Researchers discover that by tinkering with the surface properties of drug-loaded nanoparticles, they can potentially direct these particles to specific cells in the brain.

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Optimal Throwing Strategies

The act of throwing is incredibly complex and usually subject to a trade-off between speed and accuracy. A Yale researcher’s new study looks at why this is.

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'Fingerprint' Security

Jakub Szefer receives NSF CAREER Award to develop an extra layer of security by extracting a “fingerprint” for smartphones and other computer devices.

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New Colors of Solar Energy

Yale engineers have developed a solar cell that widens the choice of colors without decreasing its power conversion efficiency.

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Faculty Spotlight
Anjelica Gonzalez
Donna L. Dubinsky Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Anjelica Gonzalez focuses on the development of biomaterials for use as investigational tools, particularly for the investigation of immunological responses to inflammatory signals from endogenous and exogenous sources. With a mutli-disciplinary approach, the Gonzalez lab combines organic chemistry, molecular biology, mathematics, computational modeling and image analysis in work with significance to diseases and disorders ranging from arthritis to cutaneous T-cell lymphoma.