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Combining discoveries in cancer immunology with sophisticated genetic engineering, Columbia University researchers have created a sort of “bacterial suicide squad” that targets tumors, attracting the host’s own immune cells to the cancer to destroy it.
Reserarchers found when the values associated with color changed less often and were thus less uncertain, people relied more on color to make their decision.
A new study finds the production of meat, dairy and rice are the leading sources of emissions within global food systems, stating improved management practices and changes in diet could go a long way to addressing the issues.
Columbia University President Lee Bollinger discusses his new book, his legacy, and ramifications of the upcoming Supreme Court cases on race-conscious admissions.
The results of a USC-led study raise intriguing questions about how common pregnancy complications may affect infants and health outcomes later in childhood.
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Experts highlight the health and memory effects from lack of sleep and offer suggestions for countering environmental disruptions
A research team has linked the mutation that causes Huntington’s disease to developmental deficits in brain cells that are caused by changes in metabolism.
Researchers at UC Irvine, Columbia University, and MIT have linked the mutation that causes Huntington’s disease to developmental deficits in the brain’s oligodendrocyte cells that are caused by changes in metabolism.
Infants with low birth weight face increased risks of mortality and a multitude of long-term health troubles.
Columbia University President Lee Bollinger and University of Chicago Professor of Law Geoffrey Stone write about the need for affirmative action and argue that gutting race-conscious admissions would be a disaster for Black Americans, who still have not recovered from more than three centuries of discrimination.