Technology

A new study by the Milken Institute ranks Columbia University as number two in the country for commercializing science and technology emerging from university research labs.

HYPOTHEkids, a K-12 education initiative of Harlem Biospace in partnership with Columbia Engineering and Teachers College, introduces students to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) by having them design, prototype and test a biomedical device.

Cybersecurity expert Jason Healey Columbia University Professor

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From online privacy to massive leaks of classified government documents, data breaches have become part of modern society. But in recent months cybersecurity has become a new wild card in our nation’s political process.

Cybersecurity Experts Columbia University

From left to right: Senior Research Scholar Jason Healey , Computer Scientist Steven Bellovin, and Law Professor Matthew Waxman.

Police say the terrorists who killed 130 people in coordinated attacks in Paris in November used cell phones to communicate. And the couple who attacked a holiday party in San Bernardino, Calif., killing 14, may have discussed jihad and martyrdom online.

Mobile customizable suites with vast applications. Our product is designed for pop-up hospitality for any venue with a premium design that exceeds expectations and delivers a unique experience.

EpiBone is a revolutionary bone reconstruction company that allows patients to “grow their own bone”. Our pioneering technology utilizes a scan of the patient’s bone defect and the patient’s own stem cells to construct and cultivate a defect-specific autologous-like bone graft.

Tissue specific biomaterials, the next generation of 3D cell culture

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BlocPower's technology and finance platform develops clean energy projects in American inner cities.

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Clay Shirky, associate professor at NYU Shanghai, is one of the most influential thinkers on the internet's effects on society.

Sam Sia, associate professor of Biomedical Engineering, and his team developed a smartphone dongle to bring diagnostic testing to remote areas where healthcare access is limited and funds are low.

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