In the Lab

Statistics lecturer and amateur dancer Wayne Lee talks about his experience as a Taiwanese-American and explains why he left Silicon Valley to teac

A business major turned biologist, Columbia postdoc Robert Fernandez studies the nervous system of roundworms while helping college students from u

To help address climate change, Daniela Fraga, a PhD student in chemical engineering, is studying ‘green’ hydrogen as an alternative to fossil fuel

Lights! Camera! Quantum! The theoretical quantum physicist by day and actor by night explains how she blends science and art.

Trees are migrating as Earth’s climate warms. The ‘shotgun scientist’ is tracking and sharing their movements.

Associate Director Guy de Lancey says it is a place that blends dance, performance, and tech.

In a new study in Science Advances, Shailee Shah, GSAS'22, explains why superb starlings may have evolved to live in groups in which unrel

A neurobiologist at Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute, Abdus-Saboor retraces his path to Columbia, explains his fascination with a rodent that rarely

In a new study in Nature Astronomy, PhD students Gabriel Bridges and Shifra Mandel help show that both poles of Jupiter are aglow with hig

Tessa Montague, a postdoc in Richard Axel’s lab at Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute, studies the neural basis of camouflage in cuttlefish, a cephalop

Bentley Shuster is a postdoc in the lab of biomedical engineering professor Tal Danino, and Columbia News spoke to her about life in the lab, tips

Columbia postdoc Cascade Tuholske builds maps to understand how humans interact with our environment.