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Big guys, tender hearts

Big guys, tender hearts

A team of Columbia cardiologists is collaborating with the National Basketball Association to identify athletes who are at risk for sudden cardiac death.
Now you see Earth, now you don't

Now you see Earth, now you don't

Could a laser-powered cloaking device make planet Earth invisible to extraterrestrial invaders?
The great salt debate that wasn't

The great salt debate that wasn't

Are warnings about the sodium content of the modern American diet greatly exaggerated...or not?
Gene-editing technology could treat blindness

Gene-editing technology could treat blindness

The scientific community is abuzz about a new gene-editing technique that promises to revolutionize the treatment of some inheritable diseases.
All work ... and some play

All work ... and some play

Columbia Engineering held its third annual Senior Design Expo to showcase the creativity, teamwork,and problem-solving skills of its fourth-year students.
Behind the scenes at Hadrian's Villa

Behind the scenes at Hadrian's Villa

Little is known about the lives of the estimated two or three hundred administrators, craftspeople, and servants who labored on Hadrian’s Villa.
To create a memory, fresh cells required

To create a memory, fresh cells required

What special role does the dentate gyrus play in memory formation?
Study Hall Research Briefs

Study Hall Research Briefs

You’re Not the Boss of Me; The Science of Happiness; Even Geniuses Have Bad Days; High-Prescribing Docs Brush Off Warnings; Playing for Grades.

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