June 4, 2020

What the Forecast for an Active Hurricane Season Means for the Atlantic Region

Columbia atmospheric scientist Suzana Camargo is on the leading edge of exploring and defining risks to people, property and the economy in the face of escalating extreme weather events.
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June 3, 2020

Ocean Uptake of CO2 Could Drop as We Cut Carbon Emissions

A new study finds that ocean absorption of CO2 rises and falls along with human activity and natural phenomena. The findings are important for understanding how much the oceans will offset future climate change.
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June 1, 2020

Scientists Detect Crab Nebula Using Innovative Gamma-Ray Telescope

The first-of-its-kind telescope promises to shed new light on the physics of high-energy phenomena, from supernovae to dark matter.
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June 1, 2020

Using Data Science to Transform K-12 STEM Education

Paulo Blikstein is an expert in educational technology and learning analytics; his team conducts research on how new technologies can improve K-12 learning in science, technology, engineering, and math.
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Dmitri Basov
May 28, 2020

Quantum Materials Researcher Receives $1.6 Million From the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

Dmitri Basov will use the award to develop experimental techniques that could lead to revolutionary applications in electronics, computing energy technology, and medical devices.
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May 26, 2020

Statistical Tool Developed at Columbia Will Track Covid-19 Data as New York Emerges From Lockdown

The tool uses a statistical programming language created by a Columbia University team of researchers and led by statistics and political science professor and Data Science Institute member Andrew Gelman.
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May 22, 2020

Xiaomeng Jin Uses Satellite Imagery to Track Ozone Formation

Jin's research as a Ph.D. student at Columbia's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory has yielded important information for air quality control efforts.
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