Meet the leaders who shepherded science through a challenging year
Meet a protein aficionado working on a new way to treat COVID-19.
Researchers recruit New Yorkers who have recovered from coronavirus to be scanned for long-term damage to the heart and other organs.
What does it look like to start graduate school in the middle of a pandemic? Meet the students and faculty preparing for classes and research during the upcoming academic year.
PhD students share stories about defending their theses during the pandemic.
Researchers put to the test procedures for cleaning N95 face masks at home, using common appliances that generate heat.
As the world waits for a COVID-19 vaccine, researchers in New York are developing a way to treat people who have the virus with antibodies collected from those who have recovered.
Tune in to learn how researchers at Columbia’s Zuckerman are creating a new kind of COVID test: a home kit that could help to keep people safe as the Institute and the nation ramp up operations.
In the midst of the uncertainty caused by COVID-19, a new forum has emerged that brings together leading researchers, physicians and scholars from across the world.
How did a young Columbia researcher organize hundreds of scientists to combat coronavirus in a matter of days?
Follow a team developing a COVID-proof shield: a device that could cleanse infected air and protect doctors from infections even after the pandemic ends.
Tune in to our new podcast. Follow a team young brain researchers who transformed a laboratory workspace into a factory, 3D printing face shield parts to keep healthcare workers safe.