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Published: 12/11/2017

Author information: Minseung Choi*, Diane P. Genereux, Jamie Goodson, Haneen Al-Azzawi, Shannon Q. Allain*, Noah Simon, Stan Palasek, Carol B. Ware, Chris Cavanaugh, Daniel G. Miller, Winslow C.* Johnson,...Read more

Published: 12/05/2017


Kim Nasmyth, a professor of biochemistry at the University of Oxford and...Read more

Published: 12/05/2017

The eyes of the spectacled bear sit in disks of black fur on a stark white face. The African civet sports a necklace of dark and light bands. And hundreds...Read more

Published: 12/05/2017

If ever there was a timeless beauty, the nautilus is it. Boasting elegant spiral shells, recognizably nautil-esque mollusks have zipped through the ocean’s depths for ...Read more

Published: 11/20/2017

More than a century ago, American writer Mark Twain observed a curious phenomenon at Mono Lake, just to the east of Yosemite National Park: enormous numbers of small flies would...Read more

Published: 11/17/2017

Corey Welch, Director of the STEM Scholars Program at Iowa State University, talks about how his life experiences helped him obtain a PhD and how he inspires students to reach...Read more

Published: 11/17/2017

Caroline Stromberg, Estella B. Leopold Professor in Biology and Curator of Paleobotany at the Burke Museum of Natural History, co-authors a technical comment Science Magazine. The group used data from...Read more

Published: 11/09/2017

Spatio-temporally separated cortical flows and spindle geometry establish physical asymmetry in fly neural stem cells

Asymmetric cell division, creating sibling cells with distinct developmental potentials, can be manifested...Read more

Published: 11/07/2017

Central to the field of ecology is the mantra that species do not exist in isolation: They assemble in communities — and within these communities, species interact. Predators hunt prey....Read more

Published: 10/18/2017

[From the Columbia Journalism Review, written by Michael Rosenwald]

A basic understanding of where news comes from is back on the syllabus as students navigate an increasingly...Read more