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Front-row seats to the death of a galaxy

Front-row seats to the death of a galaxy

A distant galaxy with two black holes spiraling toward each other, may soon reveal new insights into the laws of nature.
What Exxon knew

What Exxon knew

An investigation launched by Columbia graduates found that for decades Exxon used climate-change research to shape its long-term business plan.
The case of the big rock in the wrong spot

The case of the big rock in the wrong spot

Columbia geologists have theorized that this boulder on Cape Verde's Santiago island was tossed hundreds of feet into the air by a tsunami.
Can computers predict who develops mental illness?

Can computers predict who develops mental illness?

A study has been published suggesting that computers may be able to help clinicians detect early indicators of mental illness.
Data's dividends

Data's dividends

They are questions so big, so incredibly complex, that until now scholars had not even attempted to answer them.
Navigating Nairobi

Navigating Nairobi

American and Kenyan academics have created the first map of Nairobi's main transit system, which is a network of privately owned buses that set their own routes and schedules.
Sinking prospects

Sinking prospects

A new study predicts that the height and duration of floods along the East Coast will increase dramatically by 2100.
"Study Hall"

Study Hall

Fracking Fallout; The Power of Attraction; Breaking Bad (Habits); Teen-Bullying Breakthrough; Melancholy in the Middle
With New Diagnostic Test, Viruses Have Nowhere To Hide

With new diagnostic test, viruses have nowhere to hide

Columbia scientists have designed a diagnostic tool that can detect all known human virus.
In an ancient workshop, discovering modern ideas

In an ancient workshop, discovering modern ideas

In the basement of Columbia's Chandler Hall is sixteenth-century Europe.

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