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A chromatin degrader stops transcription factors from driving cancer, which may serve as a potential treatment approach for over 90% of prostate cancers.
Neurology experts reviewed the latest evidence to offer new recommendations for management of painful neuropathy in diabetes patients.
A new X-ray technique developed at Cornell offers an unprecedented look at the elaborate inner workings of batteries while they are in use – a breakthrough that is already yielding important findings for the development of next-generation energy storage.
A new study from Columbia researchers, in collaboration with scientists at the University of Hong Kong, adds more evidence that the omicron variant can evade the immune protection conferred by vaccines and natural...
In a recent virtual event hosted by Columbia University School of General Studies, the award-winning chef, TV host, artist, and author reflected on everything from his years studying at Columbia to what he considers his favorite tools in the kitchen.
The USC Pacific Asia Museum shop in Pasadena is betting that gift givers want to give more than just a present.
More than 500 students representing 36 U.S. states and 21 countries have been offered admission to Johns Hopkins University in the Early Decision I cohort of the Class of 2026.
The creation of a new Department of Robotics, a first among the nation’s top 10 engineering schools, has been approved by the University of Michigan Board of Regents.
Chaffers, of Wellesley, Massachusetts, is concentrating in history and pursuing a certificate in African American studies. She is among the 41 winners of the 2022 Marshall Scholarship, selected from nearly 1,000 applicants from public and private colleges and universities across the United States.
After a dramatic drop in nonessential surgery rates early in the pandemic, U.S. hospitals quickly adapted to new safety protocols, and rates returned to normal, Stanford Medicine research shows.