In the first steps toward designing a ‘living’ building, researchers grow bricks out of fungus and bacteria that can self-heal, sense and respond t

A protein normally involved in clearing cells of molecular debris can clump into fibrils, potentially hobbling cells.

Only one currently authorized antibody treatment retains its activity against all omicron subvariants, according to new research by Columbia and th

A global network of stakeholders will work together to identify key climate challenges that Columbia can help tackle.

Shailee Shah, GSAS'22, explains why superb starlings may have evolved to live in groups in which unrelated birds help raise others' offspring.

A new study by researchers at Columbia's Mailman School of Public Health looks at the role that physician management companies are playing in the u

Abdus-Saboor, a neurobiologist, traces his path to Columbia and explains his fascination with a rodent that rarely feels pain.

An analysis of deep rocks in the central part of the fault suggests that big earthquakes could be more likely than previously thought, says a new s

Expanded access to epidurals for vaginal deliveries could lead to better maternal health outcomes, according to new research by Columbia’s Mailman

In a study in JAMA Oncology, researchers at Columbia University Irving Medical Center show that analyzing CT scans with a machine-learning algorith

With funding from the National Institutes of Health, Columbia will join researchers from 25 other institutions to learn more about the disease in c

New method for assessing pain and pain relief uncovers a neurological legacy of drug use, passed down genetically to male offspring.