Chunks of an exomoon’s dusty outer layers of ice, gas, and carbonaceous rock may be accumulating in a disk surrounding Tabby’s Star, blocking the star’s light and making it appear to gradually fade. Read More
Columbia's Earth Institute is collaborating with leading global investment management firm AllianceBernstein L.P. to create an intensive curriculum focused on how climate change can affect economic and financial outcomes. Read More
A new Columbia University study suggests that the way we perceive others’ bad behavior — as either biological and innate or potentially changeable — impacts our willingness to cut them some slack. Read More
The findings provide a path forward for researchers hoping to make sense of a process that is equal parts chaotic and precise, and critical to understanding not only growth and development but also aging and disease. Read More
Lamont scientists representing a range of research disciplines and career stages are to receive honors from the internationally influential earth and space science organization. Read More
The research adds that limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees C above pre-industrial levels in line with the Paris Agreement would largely avoid such impacts. Read More
Columbia research in mouse neurons reveals new insights into the biology of memory and offers promising new areas of focus to combat neurodegenerative diseases. Read More