David J. Craig
David edits the Explorations and Bulletin sections of Columbia Magazine and writes mainly about social science and the natural sciences. He received degrees from the University of Connecticut in sociology and English and has worked as a journalist for 20 years.
Articles by David J. Craig
Some world leaders used the pandemic as an excuse to silence critics and roll back civil liberties. Can the damage be undone?
How climate change is taking its toll on animal behavior
Fungus-based construction materials could be useful in remote settings or at the scenes of natural disasters
Immune systems provoke a firestorm of molecular chaos, according to new Columbia research
Columbia researchers on how to rewire our most embarrassing, depressing, and guilt-inducing recollections
Clues buried in mud bust a centuries-old myth about the ancient warriors
Psychiatrist and epidemiologist Mady Hornig discusses the possible roots of this mysterious condition
With global warming now a full-blown crisis, Columbia experts are documenting the dangers and developing solutions
Columbia neuroscientists have figured out how to visually map memory formation
Diversity training programs may be inadequate, say Columbia sociologists
Columbia scientists discover why female white-necked jacobins often masquerade as males
A Columbia law professor offers a provocative new take on constitutional rights