Graphullerene, an atom-thin material made of linked fullerene subunits, gives scientists a new form of modular carbon to play with.
Columbia chemistry postdoc Elena Meirzadeh shares what’s so special about superatoms and her path through science so far.
In Human Rights for Pragmatists, Jack Snyder demonstrates that where local power and politics lead, rights follow.
The center aims to address rapidly-growing connectivity bottlenecks between data-hungry wireless devices and deluged data centers.
The former U.S. Secretary of State will hold two appointments as a professor of practice at the School of International and Public Affairs and a presidential fellow at Columbia World Projects.
$2.95 million in federal funding will support a Columbia-led project to help the city mitigate the effects of climate change on its water supply.
Board of Trustees elects leading economist and current president of the London School of Economics and Political Science to succeed Lee C. Bollinger.
The news of this historic appointment reverberated across Twitter.
Columbia's next president, following the big announcement, embarked on a meet-and-greet tour with students, faculty, and staff.
From science to engineering, writing to social sciences, here are the Columbians who received awards recently.
Columbia neuroscientists identify a mechanism in the brain that tags information with emotional associations for enhanced memory.
Indira Turney, an associate research scientist at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center, is studying how brains age in diverse populations.
David Kohlstedt's pioneering experiments have shown how processes at inaccessible depths drive what happens on the planet's surface.
A new article highlights how an old psychedelic drug, Ariadne, may improve brain health without hallucinogenic effects.
How did the political situation in Peru escalate to violence? A political scientist unpacks why the country is in turmoil today.