Columbia University and University of Florida astrophysicists find signs of cosmic event that created elements that sent gold and silver to Earth
The fire at the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris on April 15 is still reverberating in France and around the world. Experts from across Columbia share their thoughts and ideas on how to move forward with the rebuilding of what is considered one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture.
Columbia World Projects Partners With Microsoft to Improve Security of and Public Confidence in Elections
Columbia World Projects and Microsoft will pilot the ElectionGuard technology, a free open-source software development kit, aimed at improving the security of elections while also improving confidence in the voting process across the United States and the world.
Just before the opening of Camp: Notes on Fashion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Jack Halberstam discusses this exuberant aesthetic and its enduring influence.
The prestigious award supports top-tier researchers at U.S. universities whose work is of strategic importance to the Department of Defense
Malo Hutson's research is on the social, political and economic side of urban planning.
Ari L. Goldman, a Professor of Journalism, explains what the New York Times anti-Semitic cartoon debacle says about the state of the news media.
The Alliance Program—an innovative transatlantic partnership between Columbia University and France—and Startup Columbia jointly hosted the first Blockchain Innovation Challenge (BIC) in April.
Columbia’s Institute for Ideas and Imagination has announced its second cohort of Fellows, a group of 15 distinguished scholars, writers, and artists who will begin their residencies this Fall in Paris.
"The Mueller Report is as damning as it could possibly get about President Trump's obstruction of justice," states Bernard E. Harcourt, a professor in law and political science.
National Institute on Drug Abuse grant will bring the School of Social Work together with partner universities to work in 15 counties across New York State.
Columbia Global Freedom of Expression has launched a new teaching portal Freedom of Expression Without Frontiers, in partnership with 10 universities and civil society organizations from around the world, to promote the adoption of a global approach to the teaching of free speech.
Six photographic works by Sibande will be exhibited at her one-woman show from April 17 through May 1.