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HT Winter 2012


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A few of CSHL's 170 postdocs, pictured on the Hillside steps that lead literally to their labs and figuratively to their success in scientific careers.

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The steps to success

Night owls and weekend warriors, CSHL's postdocs launch careers beside some of biology's best minds

Urban investigators

Meet the winners of the first New York City-wide DNA barcoding science competition for high schoolers

Genome sequencing's big fix

Reducing errors in next-gen sequencing

Training for the future now

Advanced courses in a reconceived Hershey

One experiment

A journey to human biology's final frontier, the brain

Research Profile: Michael Wigler

Six new faculty

New depth in cancer, neuroscience

Passing the WSBS torch

Dr. Joshua-Tor passes the Deanship to Dr. Gann

Celebrating science

7th Double Helix gala

Faculty & Friends

President's Council on ethical dilemmas in medicine

Pfizer and CSHL join forces to identify cancer targets

DuPont Pioneer, CSHL renew plant collaboration

11th annual Women's Partnership luncheon

CSHL's economic impact recognized by Governor Cuomo



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HT Summer 2012


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Having co-developed a high-throughput, automated microscopy platform called Serial Two-photon (STP) Tomography for imaging whole mouse brains, CSHL Associate Professor Pavel Osten has launched a spin-off company that is applying this technology to drug discovery in neuroscience.

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Spinning off success

Bringing the benefits of basic research from lab bench to the market

Genome Research

CSHL Press's winning model for scientific publishing

One experiment

Mikala Egeblad's 'live' microscopy enables us to see tumors interacting with their immediate surroundings

Research Profile: Nicholas Tonks

Nick Tonks is working on inhibitors of PTP1B that could lead to novel treatments for cancer and diabetes

Watson School 2012 graduates

5 freshly minted Ph.D.s are launched on career journeys

Faculty & Friends

Secret Science Club inducts Alea Mills

2012 Watson School honorary degree

Labapalooza!

Explaining ‘big’ ideas about biofuels, genomics in the cloud

Genetics Society of America honors Micklos



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