Research

People in Togo’s capital city are often exposed to unsafe levels of small particles in the air they breathe.

A high-speed 3D microscope developed at Columbia could transform surgery and tissue analysis.

PhD student Daniel Fraga is studying ‘green’ hydrogen as an alternative to fossil fuels while sharing lighter moments on TikTok.

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.

A third of regenerating areas in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest were cut down again, most after just 4 to 8 years.

Researchers at Columbia and Google Quantum AI have developed an algorithm that uses the most quantum bits to date to calculate ground state energy,

Intimate partner violence is a key indicator for poor HIV outcomes.

The finding helps to clarify why magma starts or stops moving below the surface weeks to months to years before an eruption, and could lead to bett

A landmark study reveals the hidden and potentially deadly costs of climate-related disasters.

Researchers have identified the genes that make domesticated bettas' colors and shapes more flamboyant than those of their wild cousins.

A new study from the department of psychology reveals how we can adapt our negative memories to make them more positive.