Research

Columbia Business School professor Bruce Usher explains what goes into creating an effective carbon market and what weaknesses still need to be add

A single type of neuron is responsible for keeping our legs in lockstep, new research shows, a finding that could lead to new therapies for people

Computer scientist David Blei, with co-authors Matthew Hoffman and Francis Bach, is recognized with a Test of Time Award at NeurIPS, the world’s to

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

A new tool developed at Columbia's Mailman School of Public Health that measures how fast someone is aging could help epidemiologists understand th

The Knight First Amendment Institute proposes legal protection for certain research and news-gathering projects focused on social media platforms.

Astronomer David Kipping and his Cool Worlds Lab at Columbia find an exomoon signal in archival data, hinting at the possibility of more exomoon di

Abraham Liddell, a postdoc at Columbia’s Data Science Institute, is developing data science tools to uncover personal and community narratives amon

President Biden has pledged to overhaul the nation's fraying infrastructure, but big public works projects in the United States are notorious for d

Researchers affiliated with Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health have written a book that incorporates real-life stories of girls living acro

Women have a harder time staying off cigarettes on that first day than men in 12 low and middle-income countries, where about 60 percent of the wor