Columbia University

Columbia University

Private ivy league research university in new york city

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Soumya Karlamangla
November 25, 2020
Los Angeles Times
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November 25, 2020
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November 16, 2020
Smithsonian Magazine
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Noam N. Levey
November 13, 2020
Los Angeles Times
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BioSpace
November 12, 2020
BioSpace
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Aria Bendix
November 12, 2020
Business Insider
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Engadget
November 9, 2020
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November 8, 2020
News18
Cases have also been noted of contamination by the Covid-19 virus from cats, dogs and even lions and tigers at the New York zoo.
Jon Fingas
November 7, 2020
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Early tests have shown that a nasal spray prevents COVID-19 infections, potentially offering a more accessible defense against the virus.
November 8, 2020
International Business Times UK
Viruses such as the one that emerged in China late last year mutate constantly and new variants are not necessarily worse than the previous ones.
Jon Fingas
November 7, 2020
Engadget
Early tests have shown that a nasal spray prevents COVID-19 infections, potentially offering a more accessible defense against the virus.
Samantha Black, PhD, The Science Advisory Board editor in chief
November 6, 2020
Scienceboard.net
Why does the SARS-CoV-2 virus seem to have less of an impact on children than adults? A new study published November 5 in Nature Immunology investigates this question, finding that the immune systems of children respond differently to SARS-CoV-2 in a way that allows them to more easily clear the virus from their bodies.
Press Trust of India
November 6, 2020
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Children and adults produce different types of antibodies in response to the novel coronavirus, according to a study which suggests the course of infection and immune response is distinct in kids
By SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer
September 19, 2020
Houston Chronicle
America's worsening climate change problem is as polarized as its politics. Some parts of the country have been burning this month while others were underwater in extreme weather disasters. The already parched West is getting drier and suffering deadly wildfires because of it, while the much wetter East keeps getting drenched in mega-rainfall events, some hurricane related and others not. Climate change is magnifying both extremes, but it may not be the only factor, several scientists told The Associated Press. "The story in the West is really going to be ... these hot dry summers getting worse and the fire compounded by decreasing precipitation,'' said Columbia University climate scientist Richard Seager. "But in the eastern part more of the climate change impact story is going to be more intense precipitation. We see it in Sally." North Carolina State climatologist Kathie Dello, a former deputy state climatologist in Oregon, this week was talking with friends abut the massive Oregon fires while she was huddled under a tent, dodging 4 inches (10 centimeters) of rain falling on the North Carolina mountains. "The things I worry about are completely different now," Dello said. "We know the West has had fires and droughts. It's hot and dry. We know the East has had hurricanes and it's typically more wet. But we're amping up both of those." In the federal government's 2017 National Climate Assessment, scientists wrote a special chapter warning of surprises due to global warming from burning of coal, oil and natural gas. And one of the first ones mentioned was "compound extreme events." "We certainly are getting extremes at the same time with climate change," said University of Illinois climate scientist Donald Wuebbles, one of the main...
Adam Mann
September 2, 2020
Scientific American
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Kenneth Chang
August 31, 2020
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The New York-based scientist overcame sexism and personal tragedy to make major contributions to the field, for which she received recognition this year.
Danny Crichton
July 27, 2020
TechCrunch
Everyone wants more bandwidth from the skies, but it takes a lot of testing to turn laboratory research projects into real-world performant infrastructure. A number of new technologies, sometimes placed under the banner of "5G" and sometimes not, is embarking on that transition and being deployed in real-world scenarios. Those research trials are crucial for [...]
Sarah Farooqui
July 19, 2020
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Broader effects of Covid on human body, Keralas plan to manage community transfer, and ensuring every citizen gets the vaccine when it is ready-how India is dealing with the pandemic
Joshua Austin Acklin
July 12, 2020
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