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Newest Edition of Yale Engineering Available Now

See our latest research efforts including preparing robots for the real world, big data at Yale, innovations that will power tomorrow's world, and much more.

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New possibilities in Quantum Communications

Innovation could lead to a way to efficiently convert information over very long distances and open up new possibilities in quantum communications.

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Hacker-Resistant Operating Systems

Yale researchers unveil CertiKOS, the world’s first operating system that runs on multi-core processors and shields against cyber attacks.

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Powered by Blood

A molecule that transports oxygen in blood could be key to developing the next generation of batteries, and in a way that’s environmentally friendly.

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Fighting Cancer with Sticky Nanoparticles

Sticky nanoparticles that deliver drugs precisely to their targets — and then stay there — could play a crucial role in fighting ovarian and uterine cancers.

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Faculty Spotlight
Joan Feigenbaum
Grace Murray Hopper Professor of Computer Science and Economics

Joan Feigenbaum's research interests include Internet algorithms, computational complexity, security and privacy, and digital copyright. She has a long-standing interest in fundamental problems in complexity theory and cryptology, and she is co-inventor of the security-research area of "trust management." She has also worked on algorithms for massive data sets, particularly in network operations and business-to-consumer e-commerce.