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A study that reveals how the virus mutates to escape Paxlovid could now help chemists design better drugs that are more difficult for SARS-CoV-2 to sidestep
A PhD student is harnessing drone-mounted geophysical instruments to aid in the slow, dangerous work of detecting land mines.
In a new study, researchers tracked how current language models & chatbots, such as ChatGPT, remain vulnerable to mistaking nonsense for natural language.
Researchers found that neurogenesis in adults is critical for maintaining brain circuits that support working memory across the lifespan and chronic loss of adult neurogenesis causes progressive memory loss.
Columbia scientists have found that neurons in the gastrointestinal tract of mice are damaged by an autoimmune reaction to a protein associated with Parkinsons disease. Their study is adding to evidence that the disease may gets its start in the gut.

The source of magnetic fields has long been debated. New research offers clues on their origins.

It isn’t just your refrigerator that has magnets on it. The earth, the stars, galaxies, and the space between galaxies are all magnetized, too.

Researchers have found that Mpox patients treated with tecovirimat, an antiviral drug widely used since last summer's outbreak, had similar outcomes regardless of HIV status.
A new study by a researcher at Columbia University outlines a revolutionary approach for vulnerable populations to more easily receive welfare benefits.
A new paper suggests rising sea levels helped drive out Viking colonists from Greenland.
A study of more than 2,200 adults who attended U.S. high schools in the early 1960s found that those who attended higher-quality schools had better cognitive function 60 years later.