The task force, co-chaired by Provost John Coatsworth and Dean of the Faculties of Health Sciences and Medicine Lee Goldman, brings together almost 40 faculty members across the entire university. Unlike other institutions, including various cancer centers, that are also working in personalized medicine, this task force will use a University-wide approach, rather than just a medical one.
Nobel Prize winner Eric Kandel talks about the brain, the arts, and what they mean to him.
The Engineering Student Council passed an initiative Monday night to make research labs more environmentally conscious.
The winners, announced this week by Provost John Coatsworth, were chosen from a pool of 27 applications from nine different schools in Columbia.
Radiator Labs—a Columbia Technology Ventures startup by SEAS alumnus Marshall Cox—is planning to launch an app next year that will allow students to access heaters in their rooms to regulate the temperature.
Biology and physics professor Ozgur Sahin conducting research into how bacteria change shape in response to environmental change—and whether those changes can be harnessed to generate electricity.
Business School professor Katherine Phillips released a paper considering the political and economic effects of having female national leaders in the School of International and Public Affairs' Journal of International Affairs.
With the help of a €250,000 two-year AXA Award in climate and weather research—awarded last week by the French global investment, retirement, and insurance company’s research fund—Adam Sobel, a professor of applied physics and math, will establish a research initiative on extreme weather and climate alongside a few colleagues.
A host of new pharmaceutical, medical, and biotech companies are at work in West Harlem in a new shared office space started by Columbia biomedical engineering professor Sam Sia.
Administrators are ready to begin a fundraising push in support of the Columbia Science Initiative.
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