Research by Columbia University and Harvard University scientists found butterfly wings contain complex thermodynamic structures that can teach us to make efficient—and colorful—cooling materials.
A paper released today presents a new global food system approach to climate-change research that brings together agricultural production, supply chains and consumption.
Brian Greene’s main idea, his own grand, unified theory of human endeavor, is that we want to transcend death by attaching ourselves to something permanent that will outlast us.
A pair of recent Columbia studies provide critical insight into the evolutionary origins of complex thinking and clues to the underlying mechanisms behind neurological and psychiatric disorders.
After the birth of her son four years ago, Columbia University climate scientist Kate Marvel experienced what she calls “a very profound revelation.”