2010 highlights of CSHL awards and honors
A runner-up for Science's "Breakthrough of the Year for 2010 was a Publication of the full nuclear genome of Neandertal
Research performed by CSHL Professor Thomas Gineras & others elsewhere yieldied one of the top-10 "Insights of the Decade"
Three CSHL investigators are among 24 scientists included in Genome Technology's 5th Annual "Young Investigators" list
CSHL President Bruce Stillman won the 2010 Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize
CSHL's Watson School of Biological Sciences ranked between 3rd & 17th across 20 cumulative categories
Assistant Professor Adam Kepecs was named a finalist for the Eppendorf and Science Prize for his essay "Are you certain? The Neural basis for decision confidence"
CSHL received Charity Navigator's coveted 4-star rating for sound fiscal practises for the 9th consecutive year
The DNA Learning Center's 3D Brain App ranked #7 among educational apps on the iPhone and #1 in educational app on the iPad
Yaniv Erlich was one of the 13 recipients of the Prestigious Harold Weintraub Award
CSHL was ranked #1 in molecular biology & genetics by Thomson Reuters