The farmers’ market—which comes every Thursday and Sunday to Broadway—now accepts credit and debit cards.
The answer to the city’s suffering economy might be tucked somewhere in the basement of Pupin Hall, according to Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer.
According to a new study, peanut shells and other materials, such as tree bark and grass, can be turned from biomass—a renewable energy derived from a recently living source—into fuel.
The Nexus building will include a host of environmentally friendly features, such as a daylight dimming system and recycled building materials.
At an event Tuesday evening sponsored by the Columbia Political Union, Jeff Nussbaum addressed an audience about the essential elements of a good speech.
As issues of climate control continue to make front-page news, the Earth Institute plans to unveil a new undergraduate major in sustainable development for fall 2010.
At the 34th annual Scholar and Feminist Conference on Saturday, Barnard College President Debora Spar and other expert panelists expressed concerns about the lack of regulation in the field of reproductive technologies and the unanswered moral, social, and political questions that ensue.
Most tourists go on vacation to relax and sit in the sun. Transplant tourists leave the country to get new kidneys.
Those who have pressed a flashlight against their hands know that veins can be illuminated in a pinkish glow. What they might not know is that this basic principle is now being used by Columbia researchers to detect breast cancer.
Barnard is about to get a little bit greener.
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