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November 3, 2021

All submissions for this edition are due January 22, 2022. Please submit to Columbia Scientist here - you will need to login or

New “Nana” Neuron

September 8, 2021

Eyes, nose, mouth, ears, cheeks, hair ... our eyes can easily capture the image of another person’s facial structure and recognize it instantaneously.

Two Different Cancers, One Common Treatment: Comparing CAR T-cell Immunotherapy in Glioblastoma Multiforme and Leukemia

September 8, 2021

Both leukemia and glioblastoma cancers are alike in the sense of how they haunt our population today: their devastating diagnosis, fatality rates, and

“Harvesting” Astatine-211: One Step Closer to Curing Cancer

September 8, 2021

Radioisotopes have half-lives ranging from a few seconds to billions of years. Many cancers are asymptomatic in their early stages, and can go

Understanding 2D Quantum Gravity: Was Marvel Right?

September 8, 2021

When you hear quantum gravity, you probably think, “what is that?”. If you’re like me, you might

The Rise of Base Editing in Treating Sickle Cell Disease

September 8, 2021

When we feel our reality is escaping us, we search for the pulsation of blood through the capillaries in our fingers, or within

The Role of Technology in Preserving Linguistic Diversity

September 8, 2021

Humans use language for cooperation, self-expression, and much more. So it's not surprising that, since the dawn of computing, scientists have envisioned building

Cellulose—beyond the cell’s walls

September 8, 2021

There’s a question most people are too afraid to ask: why can’t we eat grass? Well technically, you can

Artificial Intelligence and Racism

September 8, 2021

AI, shorthand for artificial intelligence, is a term that has been popping up with more and more frequency in the media and in

Capabilities of a TRIGA Mk.II Reactor that Columbia Built but Never Fueled

September 8, 2021

Many many moons ago, in the yonder days of 1960, Columbia University joined dozens of institutions around the nation lining up for federal