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Scientists find tools that predate earliest known humans

Scientists find tools that predate earliest known humans

Columbia geologists who are top experts at dating ancient sediments, help make a stunning discovery.
Creature teachers

Creature teachers

Columbia researchers are studying animal traits for clues to solving complex scientific and engineering problems.
Cancer can be catching

Cancer can be catching

Columbia biochemists discover leukemia is spreading among soft-shell clams.
Biking and breathing

Biking and breathing

Is cycling in the city as healthy as people think?
Why some companies don't invest in cybersecurity

Why some companies don't invest in cybersecurity

In the last two years, tens of millions of Americans have had their credit-card or Social Security numbers stolen in hacking attacks.
Fill 'er up — with bacteria?

Fill 'er up — with bacteria?

A miniature car powered by microbes and evaporating water is the latest invention to come out of the laboratory of Ozgur Sahin.
Study Hall Research Briefs

Study Hall Research Briefs

Lonely at the Top; The Sniff Test; The Secret to Productivity; A History of Violence; Pathway to the Cure; Stress Shot.
How your birth month influences your health

How your birth month influences your health

A team of Columbia data scientists has shown that the month you were born helps determine your risk for medical problems.

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