A screening program that combines genetic and lab testing could identify 1 million Americans at risk of early death from heart disease because they

Fungus-based construction materials could be useful in remote settings or at the scenes of natural disasters.

Climate change is upsetting the migratory rhythms of many species, disrupting pollinators, and spelling trouble for ecosystems around the world.

Having three or more children has a negative effect on late-life cognition, says new research by Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health.

Columbia researchers have discovered a way of sizing up the ‘shadows’ of two supermassive black holes in the process of colliding, giving astronome

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

Local governments and policymakers are anxious about the U.S. grid’s ability to withstand ever-increasing demand.

The previously unmapped reservoirs, reported in the journal Science, could speed the flow of glaciers to the sea and release carbon into t

A new metric devised by Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health shows that health is more important than age for determining dependency ratios a

Climatologist and agronomist Cynthia Rosenzweig has been named the 2022 World Food Prize Laureate for her pioneering work in modeling the impact of

Columbia dermatologist Dr. Dawn Queen runs through the facts on skin color, skin cancer, and other effects of ultraviolet rays.

 As dean, he will promote efforts that grow the university's capacities for innovative research and continue to elevate the educational experience