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.
A lot of smart people are questioning the value of a college education, especially for students interested in entrepreneurship. But after a year of working, I realized that there are a lot of advantages to having gone to college that I was giving up.
Local developers are working to retrofit the old factories, including the former Taystee Bakery, into buildings for high-tech start-ups and non-profits, just blocks from Columbia’s new Manhattanville campus.
Tech companies can start out hipster but become part of pop culture in the blink of an eye.
Mar 9, 7:02pm
Updated, 3/9, 6:58 p.m. The long-awaited town hall on sexual assault will be held in Jerome Greene Hall, Room 103, on Thursday, March 13 at 5 p.m., said administrators in... Read More
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