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Columbia University

Private ivy league research university in new york city

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March 20, 2020
WebWire
Amidst the rapidly evolving global health crisis of COVID-19, the Advisory Board on the Futures of Education held its first virrtual meeting on 12 March 2020 with the participation of H.E. Ms Sahle-Work Zewde, President of Ethiopia and Chair of the International Commission on the Futures of Education, and Ms. Stefania Giannini, Assistant-Director General for Education at UNESCO. The virtual meeting provided an opportunity for some of the leading organizations working on education to exc...
Terena Bell, Thor Olavsrud
March 16, 2020
CIO
Natural language processing is a branch of AI that enables computers to understand, process, and generate language just as people do -- and its use in business is rapidly growing.
Yoshiko Iwai
March 13, 2020
Scientific American Blog Network
What do we gain and what do we lose when classrooms go virtual?
Connie Loizos
March 5, 2020
TechCrunch
Kinnos, a New York-based startup, was founded six years ago, but what the five-person company produces is suddenly top of mind -- and a new round of funding reflects as much. To wit, Kinnos, which makes additives that causes disinfectants to turn blue long enough to ensure a surface has actually been covered, just closed [...]
Matt Simon
February 26, 2020
Wired
The nerves in human fingertips are great at sensing things. For robots, learning to touch is more complicated.
Lina Zeldovich
February 18, 2020
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
February 12, 2020
TheHealthMania
Vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy is a risk factor for infantile rickets. This deficiency results in neonatal development and poor fetal growth. Also predispose to preeclampsia, preterm birth, and gestational diabetes mellitus. Low levels of vitamin D are also associated with the increased risk of Asthma in children. The researchers of Columbia University, New York ...
Stephanie Mlot
January 28, 2020
Geek.com
Bad news for those planning to drink their way through climate change: As temperatures rise, the regions suitable for growing wine grapes shrink. If global temps grow another 35.6 degrees Fahrenheit--the level to ...
By Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline
January 20, 2020
Mail Online
Ozone-depleting substances - harmful greenhouse gases - may have caused half of Arctic warming during 1955-2005, according to a study by an international research team.
By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline
December 4, 2019
Mail Online
New research from Columbia University in New York suggests bright lights surrounding black holes come from the interaction of magnetic fields and 'chaotic motion' caused by turbulence.
December 3, 2019
The Indian Express
The mission's data might also help scientists better understand why Axial seems to be breathing. When magma is rising to the surface, volcanoes tend to inflate, and Axial is no exception.
December 2, 2019
Tech2
Researchers experimented on fruit flies as they produce serotonin in a similar manner to human beings.
December 2, 2019
News18
The researchers, including those from Columbia University in the US, manipulated the levels of serotonin -- and another chemical called dopamine -- in the ventral nerve cord (VNC) of fruit flies, which is similar to the vertebrate spinal cord.
November 27, 2019
Mail Online
Stay up-to-date with the latest science and technology news from Daily Mail including scientific discoveries, pictures, new technology, and more.
By Milly Vincent For Mailonline
November 26, 2019
Mail Online
More than 42 per cent of childless 30 to 44-year-old women admitted to binge drinking last year - compared to a fifth in 2006 found the study by the Columbia University, New York.
November 4, 2019
Canadian Business - Your Source For Business News
PHOENIX -- Matt Volz, a longtime correspondent and editor who has covered stories for The Associated Press from the Gulf of Mexico to the Gulf of Alaska, ha
November 1, 2019
WebWire
For the fifth year, THROUGH HER LENS: The Tribeca CHANEL Women's Filmmaker Program will create new opportunities for women filmmakers. Tribeca and CHANEL, in collaboration with Pulse Films and Tribeca Film Institute (TFI), founded THROUGH HER LENS in 2015 to provide industry support, artistic development, and funding to emerging U.S.-based female writers and directors. Participants will gather in New York City for the program's 5th edition, which will run November 4-6, 2019. For the progr...
Arup Roychoudhury
October 15, 2019
@bsindia
Read more about In backdrop of Economics Nobel announcement, letter panning RCT surfaces on Business Standard. 15 economists, including past Nobel laureates say relying on RCTs to guide welfare and aid spending will lead to short-term, superficial and misplaced policies
Kelso Harper
October 7, 2019
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
Alex Davies
September 23, 2019
Wired
New rules designed to reduce sulfur pollution from ocean-going ships will increase demand for low-sulfur fuel, boosting the cost of some imported goods.
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