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

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

Columbia committed to defending intellectual property rights.

Researchers at Columbia Engineering have built a human tissue-chip system that physically and genetically links heart, liver, bone, and skin tissue

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Professors Zhezhen Jin, Bodhi Sen, and Tian Zheng are recognized for their contributions to statistics, and related applications in computing and m

With global warming no longer just a threat but a full-blown crisis, Columbia experts are on the frontlines, documenting the dangers and developing

What neuroscience and psychology can tell us about baseball – and ourselves.

For Earth Day, learn about how science at its smallest scale is applied to the depths of our planet.