Stroustrup was honored for his creation of the C++ programming language, which has had “a monumental, singular influence on the field of computing,” said National Academy of Engineering President C.D. Mote, Jr.
In this video, Ruben Gonzalez, Professor of Chemistry, and Molly Przeworski, Professor of Biological Sciences, explain how their research and Columbia’s commitment to precision medicine is helping to move the field forward.
Klaus Jacob, a geophysicist at Columbia University, says that losing the New York City subway system for a month would cost the city about $60 billion in lost economic output.
The Earth Institute has brought on Richard Moss, the former chairman of the Federal Advisory Committee for the National Climate Assessment, to reestablish the panel, and deliver the report that the committee originally set out to write.