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 of the earliest-known dinosaurs waited millions of years before wandering out of South America
Siddhartha Mukherjee wrote the book on cancer. Can he transform the way it’s treated?
Columbia scientists are encoding digital information into E. coli cells
The pandemic has turned everybody’s lives upside down, and students have made profound sacrifices
A new android designed at Columbia displays a “glimmer of empathy”
For some bereaved adults, time does not heal. Columbia researchers are looking for answers
A daily spritz of nasal spray might protect us, and other updates from Columbia experts
Every year some twenty-four thousand expectant mothers in the US lose their babies in the final stages of pregnancy
For years, astronomers have been puzzled by a massive gas cloud that encircles a star some six thousand light-years away
A new report provides a roadmap for how the US can help stave off the most catastrophic consequences of global warming
The new Columbia Center of Artificial Intelligence Technology in Collaboration with Amazon will support fellowships, research projects, and more
Take-home kits allow Columbia Engineering students to conduct experiments in their pajamas