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A new study of a single-celled eukaryote with 16,000 tiny chromosomes may shed light on a recently discovered feature of the human genome.
A new discovery by Sternberg lab could fix one of the major shortcomings of current gene-editing tools, including CRISPR, and offer a powerful new approach for genetic engineering and gene therapy.
5 Questions About Gene Editing with Samuel Sternberg
Interview with Dr. Laura Landweber
Hundreds of students and colleagues gathered in the Vagelos Education Center on Oct. 5 to congratulate Dr. Frank on winning the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Three scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing a new way to assemble precise three-dimensional images of biological molecules.
Research on the mysterious ways that ALS destroys the nervous system highlights the role of the immune system in doing both good and harm.
Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) researchers have captured the first three-dimensional snapshots of the AMPA-subtype glutamate receptor in action.
Learn about Eric R. Kandel, who specializes in the biology of memory and is a professor in the neuroscience and psychiatry departments at Columbia University.
A gene that allows the neurons that release serotonin to evenly spread their branches throughout the brain has been identified by Columbia University scientists.