Five scientists were recognized for outstanding contributions to their field.

The continuation of drought conditions in the last two years has broken a record going back to 800 AD.

Just 30 percent of the world’s researchers are women. Here’s why that matters, especially in the earth sciences.

In a new study, PhD students Gabriel Bridges and Shifra Mandel help show that both poles of Jupiter are aglow with high-energy light.

A common virus that causes no harm in most people may be a danger to organ transplant recipients and other immunocompromised people, say Columbia r

Columbia Psychiatry News speaks with Dr.

In a 22-year study in Tanzania, researchers at Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health show children who sleep under bed nets at an early age ar

Researchers at the Zuckerman Institute tease out the mechanisms that underlie one of the virus's signature symptoms.

Columbia professor Johan de Jong has spent the last 15 years gathering the foundational theorems of algebraic geometry in one place.

Drugs to treat glaucoma have saved the sight of millions of people but there may be a simpler fix: nutrient supplements.

Higher carbon dioxide levels boost plant growth, but the benefits could be offset by other factors altered in a warming climate.

Columbia neuroscientists have figured out how to visually map memory formation.