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CSHL in the News

The Guardian
Decisions, decisions: the neuroscience of how we choose
October 19, 2017

R&D
Neuroscientist Cori Bargmann named 2017 Scientist of the Year
October 18, 2017

Research Information
Finding a needle in a haystack
October 17, 2017

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN)

Copy number variation probes inform diverse applications
October 15, 2017

CBS New York

Cuomo hopes L.I. biomedical facility will lead to research for cure
October 12, 2017

Newsday
Cuomo breaks ground for $75 million research lab at CSHL
October 12, 2017

FiOS 1 News – Long Island
Groundbreaking of new facility at Cold Spring Harbor coincides with new program
October 12, 2017

Innovate LI
In REDC love fest, CSHL kicks off $75M makeover
October 12, 2017

Long Island Press
Construction begins on $75M new Cold Spring Harbor Lab facility
October 12, 2017

Long Island Business News

Cold Spring Harbor builds facility to fight cancer
October 12, 2017

Times Higher Education
Missed out on a Nobel prize? Here’s how to win one
October 11, 2017

Newsgd.com
Headquarters economy booms in Guangzhou
October 10, 2017

Nature
Cancer-genome study challenges mouse 'avatars'
October 9, 2017

Business Insider
Meet the 30 biotech leaders under 40 who are searching for breakthrough treatments and shaping the future of medicine
October 9, 2017

News 12
Thousands walk at Jones Beach to fight pancreatic cancer
October 8, 2017

TBR Newsmedia
Power of 3: CSHL's Lippman uses gene editing to fine-tune tomatoes
October 6, 2017

Great Neck Record
Partnering for the future
October 6, 2017

Penn State College of Medicine
First whole-brain map of inhibitory neurons reveals surprises
October 5, 2017

Technology Networks
The first brain cell census
October 5, 2017

TBR Newsmedia
Power of 3: CSHL's Anne Churchland
October 3, 2017

Proto Magazine
A code for autism
September 28, 2017

Science
The preprint dilemma
September 28, 2017

Newsday
Autism study sheds light on gender patterns, risk for siblings
September 27, 2017

Scientific American
Researchers unite in quest for "standard model" of the brain
September 19, 2017

The Guardian
Ambitious neuroscience project to probe how the brain makes decisions
September 19, 2017

Nature
Researchers unite in quest for 'standard model' of the brain
September 19, 2017

Politico
Morning agriculture
September 18, 2017

PLOS Biology
60 years ago, Francis Crick changed the logic of biology
September 18, 2017

Futurism
Geneticists have used CRISPR gene editing to create crops that grow more food
September 14, 2017

Spectrum
Sizeable fraction of autism risk traced to 'mosaic' mutations
September 14, 2017

Massive
Why designer mental health drugs are still elusive
September 13, 2017

NBC News
Left Field: White supremacy and a history of selective breeding
September 12, 2017

The ASCO Post
David A. Tuveson on Progress in Pancreatic Cancer: Expert Perspective
September 10, 2017

Times Higher Education
Do great minds think alike? The THE/Lindau Nobel laureates survey
August 31, 2017

BioTecNika
Synthetic "mini organs" could be the future of medicine
August 31, 2017

Spectrum
Sibling study bolsters role of common variants in autism
August 24, 2017

Phys.org
Tracking down the jumping genes of maize
August 24, 2017

Science
In a 'forgotten experiment,' biologists almost launched the preorint revolution - 5 decades ago
August 23, 2017

Science
This scientist is building miniature guts, livers, and lungs that could save your life one day
August 23, 2017

Signature
Meet the first man to have his DNA completely sequenced
August 22, 2017

KTVF
'Quinn's Roundup' benefits Fairbanks 5-month-old with Spinal Muscular Atrophy
August 22, 2017

The New York Times
Updating DNA's life story
August 18, 2017

The Garden City News Online
Making waves against cancer
August 18, 2017

Twist Bioscience
New applications in CRISPR - What to look for!
August 17, 2017

MIT Technology Review
Meet the biologist who got MIT to examine its treatment of women researchers
August 16, 2017

Quanta Magazine
Beating the odds for lucky mutations
August 16, 2017

Nature
China launches brain-imaging factory
August 15, 2017

Southeast Produce Weekly
Doubling down on tomatoes: Research breakthrough could double yields for tomatoes and other crops
August 11, 2017

The Scholarly Kitchen
Beyond labels - Does the type of business matter?
August 8, 2017

PLOS Neuroscience Community
The challenge to define cortex
August 7, 2017

The Scientist
Do preprints require more rigorous screening?
August 1, 2017

Newsday
Cold Spring Harbor scientists make key pancreatic cancer discovery
July 28, 2017

Epigenie
Genome protection in the embryo: A big role for small RNAs
July 27, 2017

The Scientist
Enhancers drive pancreatic cancer metastasis
July 27, 2017

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN)

"Pancreas in a Dish" Tells Story of How Metastatic Cells Turn Back Time
July 27, 2017

PRNewswire
New Stand Up To Cancer-Lustgarten Foundation research team aims to apply CAR T-cell therapy to pancreatic cancer
July 27, 2017 

Phys.org
How plant architectures mimic subway networks
July 26, 2017

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL's Alexander Krasnitz part of early cancer detection team
July 25, 2017

Bionity.com
Library of CRISPR targeting sequences increases power of the gene-editing method
July 25, 2017

Nature
Tomato development: MADS-box engineering
July 24, 2017

Massive
Want to learn how brains go awry? First, we must learn how they work
July 24, 2017

TheStreet
Science to participate in bioRxiv's manuscript transfer service
July 20, 2017

Alzforum
Barring export of expanded repeat RNAs tames their toxicity
July 19, 2017

City & State New York
25 Long Island influencers you need to know
July 18, 2017

Reason
DNA evidence frees the innocent
July 18, 2017

Spectrum
Massive collaboration unearths inherited rick factor for autism
July 17, 2017

Nature Medicine
Put to the test: Organoid-based testing becomes a clinical tool
July 13, 2017

Long-Islander News
Exhibit unearths iceman murder mystery
July 13, 2017

BioPortfolio
Lustgarten Foundation to commit $40m to pancreatic cancer research
July 13, 2017

ScienceNode
Supercomputing through the grapevine
July 12, 2017

Spectrum

Autism: From 0 to 60 in 10 years
July 10, 2017

Wired
Biology's roiling debate about publishing research early
July 8, 2017

Psychology Today
Do people learn more from mistakes or successes?
July 8, 2017

ScienMag
How plants grow like human brains
July 6, 2017

Red Bull.com
5 ways CRISPR will save your life
July 6, 2017

The New York Times
In Neanderthal DNA, signs of a mysterious human migration
July 4, 2017

Let's Win
Predicting effective therapy in pancreatic cancer
July 3, 2017

The Scientist
RNA protects 'naked' genomes from retrotransposons
June 30, 2017

LI Herald
Longtime East Meadow High friends make it to the top
June 29, 2017

TBR News Media
CSHL's Sridevi a project manager for 3-country cancer effort
June 28, 2017

Specturm
[Autism] Genetics for poets - Michael Wigler
June 27, 2017

Spectrum
Genome's 'dark' side steps into spotlight of autism rersearch
June 27, 2017

Front Line Genomics
The Short Read: Gholson Lyon
June 27, 2017

Live Science
10 amazing things scientists just did with CRISPR
June 26, 2017

Laboratory Equipment
Autistic people more like each other than their siblings, DNA stats show
June 22, 2017

Nasdaq
PacBio technology resolves complex maize genome
June 22, 2017

Genome Web
This week in Nature: improved maize reference genome
June 15, 2017

Black Enterprise
Teen scientists do real science at American Museum of Natural History
June 14, 2017

Chemical & Engineering News

CRISPR: A new toolbox for better crops
June 12, 2017

Oncology Times
Flipping Switches: A Quest for Gene Mechanisms to Turn Off Cancer
June 10, 2017

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL’s Joshua-Tor receives double honors from academies
June 10, 2017

Wired
CRISPR may cure all genetic disease -- one day
June 7, 2017

Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island students tackle cutting edge science
May 31, 2017

Genome Web
This week in Cell
May 31, 2017

Long Island Press
Powerlist - The Most Influential Long Islanders: Bruce Stillman
May 25, 2017

Popular Science
Scientists tweaked natural mutations to create a better tomato
May 19, 2017

U.S. News & World Report
National laboratory receives $15 million for molecular study
May 19, 2017

Newsday
NY gives $15 million for cryo-electron microscope at Brookhaven lab
May 18, 2017

Nature
Fixing the tomato: CRISPR edits correct plant-breeding snafu
May 18, 2017

Science
Twice the tomatoes on the vine, thanks to a bit of genetic tweaking
May 18, 2017

Newsday
What's in the $1 trillion federal spending plan for LI?
May 3, 2017

Nature
Seven days: the week in science
May 3, 2017

Spectrum
Preprint server bioRxiv gets boost from Facebook billionaire
April 28, 2017

The New York Times
No bones about it: scientists recover ancient DNA from cave dirt
April 27, 2017

Genome Web
Chan Zuckerberg invests in BioRxiv
April 27, 2017

Science
BioRxiv preprint server gets funding from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
April 26, 2017

Nature
BioRxiv preprint server gets cash boost from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
April 26, 2017

Forbes
Mark Zuckerberg's Philanthropic Vehicle Backs Effort To Change Scientific Publishing
April 26, 2017

STAT
Chan, Zuckerberg boost open-access biology with grant to Cold Spring Harbor
April 26, 2017

Spectrum News
Researchers take to streets in historic March for Science
April 24, 2017

Innovate LI
Donald Trump, LI, and the war on science
April 11, 2017

Scientific American
Is neuroscience limited by tools or ideas?
April 11, 2017

STAT
A laboratory CEO on science funding, open access publishing, future of genetics
April 7, 2017

Nature
CRISPR studies muddy results of older gene research
April 5, 2017

The Atlantic
Hi-C: The game-changing technique that cracked the Zika-mosquito genome
March 29, 2017

Science Translational Medicine
MELK is not a cancer target. Surprise!
March 27, 2017

The Scientist
Rethinking a cancer drug target
March 26, 2017

InnovateLI
Here's to the winners
March 22, 2017

Energy.gov
Five fast facts about Barbara McClintock
March 16, 2017

The Fix.com
Neanderthals self-medicated with plants, researchers say
March 16, 2017

Nature
A makeover for the world's most hated crop
March 15, 2017

NPR

Some Plaque To Build A Theory On: Did Humans And Neanderthals Kiss?
March 11, 2017

New Scientist
Neanderthals may have medicated with penicillin and painkillers
March 8, 2017

Yahoo Finance
transOMIC technologies unveils transEDIT-dual CRISPR arrayed library
March 7, 2017

Spectrum
Sequencing thousands of whole genomes yields new autism genes
March 6, 2017

The Packer
'Frankenveggies' and tales from the CRISPR lab
March 6, 2017

Newsday
LIA priorities: biotech corridor, foreclosure change, airport
March 1, 2017

NewsLI
Children's Heart Foundation awards $500,00 to CSHL researcher
March 1, 2017

LongIsland.com

Suozzi Convenes First Veterans Advisory Committee Meeting as Part of Very Busy Week in New York’s 3rd Congressional District
March 1, 2017

The Atlantic
How brain scientists forgot that brains have owners
February 27, 2017

Newsday
Cold Spring Harbor team finds clues to cancer treatment
February 27, 2107

Miltech
Discovery of distinct cell types around tumors
February 24, 2017

The Children's Heart Foundation
High-resolution genomic DNA copy number analysis of 125 congenital heart disease family trios from the Pediatric Cardiac Genomics Consortium
February 24, 2017

Fierce Biotech
Cold Spring Harbor scientists discover protein driver of prostate, lung cancer
February 13, 2017

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL's Krainer fixes a protein and saves young lives
February 11, 2017

Jewish Link Of New Jersey
Ma’ayanot Students Visit Dolan DNA Learning Center
February 9, 2017

Danbury (CT) News-Times
When school's out, many campuses play host to summer camps
February 7, 2017

Genome Web
Trump's Immigration and Travel Ban Causes Confusion, Disruption in Genomics Community
February 1, 2017

The Scientist
Plants’ Epigenetic Secrets
February 1, 2017

Undark
High Schoolers Have High Hopes for Saving Corals
January 30, 2017

Scientific American
High-Sugar Diet Makes Flies Drop Like...Flies
January 23, 2017

Health IT Analytics
Northwell Health launches precision medicine, cancer biobank
January 20, 2017

Genome Web
PAG presenter outlines maize ENCODE plans
January 19, 2017

Newsday
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's budget: major programs
January 18, 2017

The Scientist
Journals seek out preprints
January 18, 2017

BioSpace
Science, crop diseases and GMO controversy
January 18, 2017

Fierce Biotech
Plus-sized fly could boost research aimed at treating hereditary obesity
January 12, 2017

Richmond Times-Dispatch

Lohmann: After a quarter-century, a dream comes true for Andrew and his buddies
January 8, 2017

MIT Technology Review
10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2016: Where Are They Now?
January 2, 2017

Archive

Wall Street Journal
Ionis and Biogen's Spinraza drug for spinal muscular atrophy wins FDA approval
December 27, 2016

San Diego Union-Tribune
From basic research to saving lives - the Spinraza story
December 25, 2016

Science
Updated: FDA approves drug that rescues babies with fatal neurodegenerative disease
December 23, 2016

Forbes
The FDA's Christmas breakthrough
December 23, 2016

Food and Drug Administration
FDA approves first drug for spinal muscular atrophy
December 23, 2016

Newsday
Long Island hires and promtions: Northwell Health
December 20, 2016

Innovate LI
Northwell/CSHL Cancer Center draws an ace
December 18, 2016

Science

Antisense rescues babies from killer disease
December 16, 2016

Yahoo! Finance
Genos launches out of beta, announces crowdsourcing program for genomics R&D
December 15, 2016

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN)
Silent majority of cells finds its voice, warns of harmful divisions
December 12, 2016

Big Think
Surprise! An extra chromosome may keep you from getting cancer
December 9, 2016

Long Island Business News (LIBN.com)*
Cold Spring Harbor's Cancer Center names director
December 9, 2016

Spectrum
Map of brain's DNA loops holds clues to autism genetics
December 8, 2016

Science News
Having an extra chromosome has a surprising effect on cancer
December 7, 2016

Neuron
Q&A: Anne Churchland
December 7, 2016

Genetic Literacy Project
Gene editing could boost tomato yields by speeding fruit ripening
December 6, 2016

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
CRISPR brings an early harvest
December 6, 2016

The Packer

Hot tomato? New varieties ready for harvest weeks faster
December 5, 2016

The Cancer Letter
Tuveson heads CSHL cancer center
December 2, 2016

InnovateLI
LI bioscience hub backs 10 in new funding round
November 30, 2016

Newsday
Dr. David Tuveson named director of Cold Spring Harbor cancer center
November 30, 2016

ABC-TV Eyewitness News

Experimental drug offers hope to 3-year-old girl with rare disease
November 23, 2016

Lancaster Farming
Tomato engineering expected to accelerate
November 21, 2016

Newsday
Researcher: Triple negative breast cancer hijacks the immune system
November 20, 2016

Department of Defense
Targeting the tumor microenvironment to terminate drug-resistant breast cancer
November 18, 2016

AlzForum
Positive trials of spinal muscular atrophy bode well for antisense approach
November 11, 2016

Christian Science Monitor
Humans actually don't carry that much Neanderthal DNA
November 8, 2016

Natural Science News
Researchers identify key gene networks that affect flowering
November 8, 2016

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL's Sordella consdiers cancer battle her mission
November 5, 2016

The Scientist
Neural connectome method uses mRNA barcodes
November 1, 2016

Newsday
LI cancer treatment firm gets $2m in venture funding
October 28, 2016

Innovate LI
CSHL spinoff earns $2 TopSpin buy-in
October 28, 2016

Newsday
Joining the breast cancer fight
October 24, 2016

Sputnik International
Scientists unleash teeny tiny little soldiers in fight against breast cancer
October 23, 2016

BioWorld
Neutrophil 'traps' help tumor cells metastasize
October 22, 2016

International Business Times
A cure for breast cancer? How nanoparticles can stop it from spreading
October 22, 2016

Nature
Women need to be seen and heard at conferences
October 19, 2016

Fortune
This new nanotechnology could be the next major cancer breakthrough
October 19, 2016

F1000 Prime
"Be original, creative, and always trust in your ability..."
October 14, 2016

Xinhua
Aussie researchers say cabbages get stressed the same way humans do
October 12, 2016

Nature Biotechnology
Big win possible for Ionis/Biopgen antisense drug in muscular atrophy
October 11, 2016

Innovate LI
Report: New York trails in national R&D
October 4, 2016

Futurism
Unprecedented brain map could reveal keys to autism
October 3, 2016

Spectrum
Barcode trick traces paths of thousands of neurons in the brain
September 30, 2016

TCC
Biogen a step ahead to treat SMA
September 28, 2016

The Daily Wildcat
Parker Antin takes science seriously
September 28, 2016

Tarmac Online
Chaminade senior selected for CSHL research program
Spetember 27, 2016

The Wall Street Journal
Physicians and physicists join forces to fight pancreatic cancer
September 26, 2016

The Scientist
Brain has carrot and stick to teach us how to behave
September 21, 2016

Spectrum
Novel software spots scores of new autism candidates
September 19, 2016

BioTechniques
RNA seqencing rapidly maps the brain
September 19, 2016

ALS Research Forum
New brain mapping method uses sequencing, not microscopes
September 15, 2016

Vox
Humans and Neanderthals had sex. But was it for love?
September 14, 2016

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL's Zador develops way to see brain wiring
September 9, 2016

Big Think
A 6-step infographic for ending pseudoscience
September 9, 2016

Quanta Magazine
Genetic engineering to clash with evolution
September 8, 2016

The Garden City News
Adelphi Jagger Fellows pursue careers
September 8, 2016

Long Island Business News
New nonprofit forms to assist adults with autism
September 8, 2016

The New York Times
Calculating a bias in neuroscience:women asked to speak
September 6, 2016

Bloomberg News
New hope for kids with a rare disease, thanks to a dinner party
September 2, 2016

The Chronicle of Higher Education
Zika moves quickly. Is publishing keeping pace?
September 2, 2016

Science Daily
More tomatoes, faster: accelerating tomato engineering
August 30, 2016

STAT
The Neanderthal inside
August 26, 2016

Lupus News Today
Idera details potential lupus therapy
August 26, 2016

Genome Web
Cold Spring Harbor team develops sequencing method to map neuron transmissions
August 25, 2016

Health Imaging
Scientists utilize RNA to map neural networks
August 24, 2016

Genome Web
CSHL genome engineering meeting shows maturing CRISPR technologies
August 22, 2016

MIT Technology Review
New brain-mapping technique captures every connection between neurons
August 18, 2016

Chemistry World
Chemistry preprint server plan generates sparks
August 15, 2016

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL's Fan finds clue in the way ovarian cancer spreads
August 2, 2016

The Daily Iowan
Collaboration with the UI aids bipolar research
August 3, 2016

Australian Financial Review
Evidence accumulates against using antioxidants in cancer
August 2, 2016

The Wall Street Journal
Biogen, Ionis spinal muscular atrophy therapy meets study goal
August 1, 2016

The Scientist
The genes underlying autism are coming into focus
August 1, 2016

Newsday
LI researchers create drug combo to treat pancreatic cancer
July 29, 2016

Healio
Scientists receive grants for pancreatic cancer research
July 26, 2016

The Scientist
Two steps toward establishing priority of discovery
July 19, 2016

The New York Times
Zika data from the lab, and right to the web
July 18, 2016

International Business Times

Mapping the brain
July 14, 2016

SBS
Hope for better ovarian cancer drugs
July 14, 2016

Nature
Brain data goldmine could reveal how neurons compute
July 13, 2016

Innovate LI
Precision medicine
July 7, 2016

New York Academy of Sciences
Epigenetics: Cancer and beyond
July 7, 2016

Drug Target Review
A new, highly accurate way of proving how new drugs work
July 6, 2016

Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island students shine at scientific symposiums
July 6, 2016

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
If 'overall' underwhelms, try RNA-seq
July 1, 2016

Mondaq.com
Publicly available provisional patent applications may not be prior art
June 29, 2016

GenomeWeb
RNA sequencing uncovers complex maize transcriptome
June 24, 2016

UPI
Study: Corn genome reveals 'amazing protein diversity'
June 24, 2016

EIN News
CSHL scientists produce high-quality maize transcriptome
June 24, 2016

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL's Vakoc taps into bacterial system to battle cancer
June 22, 2016

UW Medicine
Dispatch from NeuroFutures 2016: Dr. Anne Churchland
June 21, 2016

News-Medical.net
New research helps better understand role of TIP60 in allowing tumors to survive
June 17, 2016

Long Island Exchange
Assemblyman Lupinacci honors 2016 Women of Distinction
June 16, 2016

LI Herald.com
When hard work is a science
June 15, 2016

Cambridge (UK) News
DNA discovery pioneer James Watson pays Cambridge tribute to colleague Francis Crick
June 10, 2016

The New England Journal of Medicine
Targeting a long noncoding RNA in breast cancer
June 9, 2016

The Guardian
Francis Crick portrait unveiled to honor breakthrough DNA work
June 8, 2016

Innovate LI
'Accidental' find may be COPD breakthrough
June 8, 2016

Agri-View
Stem cell: route to higher yields
May 30, 2016

Long Island.com
ALS Ride for Life comes to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
May 24, 2016

Science

Tracking how humans evolve in real time
May 20, 2016

Genetic Literacy Project
Newly discovered stem cell pathway in plants could be manipulated to increase crop yields
May 19, 2016

Innovate LI
Pharm hand: Why Rechler Equity is big on biotech
May 19, 2016

Scientific American
Neuroscientists discover a new way to cross the blood-brain barrier
May 18, 2016

Inhabitat.com
The weird breed of mutant corn could solve world hunger
May 18, 2016

Huffington Post
New scientific discovery could be key to tackling poverty and hunger
May 18, 2016

Modern Farmer
This gnarly, mutant corn plant could have serious implications on yields
May 17, 2016

The Times of London
Gene editing isn't a slippery slope to eugenics
May 16, 2016

Seed World
Stem cell discovery could lead to even higher yields
May 16, 2016

Gizmodo
Researchers just solved one of the biggest problems for world hunger
May 16, 2016

Cornell Chronicle
Senior honors Nobel laureate McClintock with library display
May 10, 2016

Innovate LI
The debrief: Seeds planted, now on to cultivation
May 8, 2016

Long Island Business News
Healthy investments
May 6, 2016

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Autism and bipolar disorder share common genetic roots
May 6, 2016

Tech Times
Yes, your brain uses statistics to increase your confidence
May 6, 2016

Fox News
It turns out, you can quantify confidence
May 5, 2016

Science.mic
Here's the secret brain math that makes people more confident
May 5, 2016

Siasat Daily
Here's how the brain calculates confience
May 5, 2016

Gizmodo
How your brain uses stastistics to boost your confidence
May 4, 2016

Science Daily
Bipolar Disorder has genetic links to autism, study shows
May 4, 2016

Discover
When Neanderthals replaced us *
May 2, 2016

PLOS blogs
Breaking down pros and cons of preprints in biomedicine
May 1, 2016

Genome Web

This week in genome research
April 27, 2016

FiOS 1 News - Long Island
Old building to be renovated into Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory's cancer research facility
April 22, 2016

The Island Now
Kremer's Corner: GOP, Dem legislators have helped LI
April 21, 2016

dailymotion
The meeting that started the first biotech company
April 22, 2016

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Students from NY graduate schools gather for symposium
April 20, 2016

New York Academy of Sciences
New cancer therapies aim above & beyond the genome
April 19, 2016

Patent Docs
PTAB denies IPR petitions against Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory patents
April 13, 2016

Innovate LI
Patent board rejects challenge to CSHL research
April 10, 2016

The Oyster Bay Guardian

State funding allows for Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory renovations
April 8, 2016

BioSpace
CSHL reports that the US patent office denies all 4 petitions filed by Benitec Biopharma (BLT.AX) against CSHL's shRNA patents
April 7, 2016

PharmiWeb
CSHL reports that the US patent office denies all 4 peititions filed by Benitec Biopharma against CSHL's shRNA patients
April 6, 2016

Innovate LI
LI's $330M Innovation Budget
April 3, 2016

The Wall Street Journal
Anti-Vaccination Lunacy Won't Stop
April 3, 2016

Science Daily
Study looks at why people may feel more helpless in stressful situations than others
March 30, 2016

The Washington Post
This student put 50 million stolen research articles online. And they're free.
March 30, 2016

The Christian Science Monitor
Denisovans: Mysterious archaic humans reveal clues to our history
March 17, 2016

The Economist
Taking the Online Medicine
March 17, 2016

The New York Times
Handful of Biologists Went Rogue and Published Directly to Internet
March 15, 2016

CBS New York
New Breakthrough Breast Cancer Drug Prevents Aggressive Cells From Spreading without Harming Healthy Cells
March 3, 2016

News 12 Long Island
LI researchers announce breakthrough in war on breast cancer
March 2, 2016

Science
Barcoding the Brain
February 19, 2016

Smithsonian.com
Humans may have had romantic rendezvous with Neanderthals 100,000 years ago
February 18, 2016

TBR Newsmedia
Ancient murder and copy of a corpse bring chance to learn
February 18, 2016

The Christian Science Monitor
Interbreeding: Neanderthals & Modern Humans mated 50,000 years before we thought
February 17, 2016

The Guardian
Oldest known case of Neanderthal-Human sex revealed by DNA test
February 17, 2016

Nature
Evidence mounts for interbreeding bonanza in ancient human species
February 17, 2016

The New York Times
In Neanderthal's DNA, ancient humans may have left genetic mark
February 17, 2016

Science
Humans mated with Neanderthals much earlier & more frequently than thought
February 17, 2016

ScienceNews
Human DNA found in a Neanderthal woman
February 17, 2016

Smithsonian.com
An artist creates a detailed replica of Otzi, the 5,300-year old "Iceman"
February 17, 2016

The Washington Post
Humans & Neanderthals may have interbred 50,000 years earlier than previously thought
February 17, 2016

Nature
Biologists urged to hug a preprint
February 16, 2016

Newsday
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory researcher explores antisense technology to defeat cancer
February 7, 2016

Scientific American
The embarrassing, destructive fight over Biotech's big breakthrough
February 4, 2016

ZDnet.com
Research alliance announces moonshot: Reverse engineering the human brain
February 4, 2016

HuntingtonPatch.com
First ever replica of Otzi the Iceman on display in Cold Spring Harbor
February 3, 2016

InnovateLI.com
Hairpin tops $1M in RNA licensing deals
February 2, 2016

Weill Cornell
Researchers sequence first bedbug genome
February 2, 2016

EurekAlert.org
Wyss Institute will lead IARPA-funded brain mapping corsortium
January 26, 2016

TheEconomicTimes
How Infosys co-founder Kris Gopalakrishnan is funding brain studies and encouraging research
January 26, 2016

BroadwayWorld.com
NOVA: Iceman Reborn premieres on PBS 2/17
January 21, 2016

GenomeWeb
Rebranding reflects iPlant platform's growing popularity in the life sciences, other domains
January 14, 2016

Newsday
New LIA committee will focus on biotech, pharmaceuticals
January 11, 2016

GenomeBiology
A glimpse into the future of genome-enabled plant biology from the shores of Cold Spring Harbor
January 11, 2016

Newsday
Students to watch on Long Island: January
January 7, 2016

Oyster Bay Guardian
DNA, the ticket used to protect the innocent
January 7, 2016

TBR Newsmedia
Tollkuhn's work at CSHL may provide clues for autism, mood disorders
January 5, 2016

Cell Reports - Best of 2015 (pgs. 124-137)
Mapping social behavior-induced brain activation at cellular resolution in the mouse
January 2016

TBR Newsmedia
CSH Laboratory tests the limits of science
December 30, 2015

New England Journal of Medicine
Art-science-collaborations- avenues toward medical innovation
December 24, 2015

Newsday
DepYmed snags $100,000 to develop new breast cancer drug
December 24, 2015

InnovateLI
DepYmed wins accelerate funding
December 20, 2015

InnovateLI
Biohub awards $900k in research funding
December 18, 2015

ForeignPolicy.com
Why brain scientists should fail
December 15, 2015

GEN
Stopping premature protein synthesis halts genetic diseases
December 15, 2015

GenomeWeb
Path to a Lasker
December 15, 2015

The New York Times
Evelyn Witkin and the road to DNA enlightenment
December 14, 2015

Politico New York
Amid cancer breakthroughs, hospitals aim for top talent, clinical trials
December 14, 2015

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL's Van Aelst studies signals that can lead to disease
December 9, 2015

Patch.com
Syosset students become familiar with DNA
December 7, 2015

InnovateLI
Bio hub names newest resident entrepreneurs
November 30, 2015

Newsday
LI scientists reveal mysteries of the human brain
November 28, 2015

Forbes
30 under 30: Lab coats
November 24, 2015

Oyster Bay Guardian
Little sleuths separate DNA fragments
November 20, 2015

Business Insider
Scientists may soon be able to 'cut and paste' DNA to cure deadly
diseases & design perfect babies

November 19, 2015

Cell
When science is a family tradition
November 19, 2015

National Science Foundation
10 ways advanced computing catalyzes science
November 18, 2015

HuffingtonPost
10 ways advanced computing catalyzes science
November 17, 2015

GenomeWeb
In brief this week: Illumina; Cancer Genetics; PDI & more
November 13

The Inquisitr

Scientists discover way to kill colorectal cancer cells with Vitamin C, new study says
November 10, 2015

Page Six
Katie Couric honored for supporting cancer research
November 10, 2015

GEN news
Breakthrough prizes awarded to five life science researchers
November 9, 2015

TodayOnline.com

Free exhibition gives a glimpse of the world of the Nobel Prize
November 6, 2015

Nature
Supervision: Clear direction
November 5, 2015

Inside Philanthropy
Here's one foundation that's heeding the call for more basic science funding
November 4, 2015

Stony Brook University
Research evaluates racial differences in GI Cancer Biology
November 4, 2015

Scientific Computing
iPlant instumental in pineapple genome sequencing
November 3, 2015

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL's McCombie looks to crack genetic codes
October 28, 2015

Stony Brook University
New York Assembly speaker & CSH executive awarded Stony Brook University Alumni Award
October 23, 2015

The Scientist
Antioxidants may aid cancer
October 16, 2015

Daily Mail
Microbial masterpieces! Scientists 'paint' detailed works of art by growing bacteria from human
skin and even faeces in petri dishes
October 15, 2015

GEN news
Pure innovation drives clinical-grade NGS
October 15, 2015

The Scientist
Cystal unclear
October 15, 2015

HuffingtonPost
The next promising frontier of precision medicine: Metastatic Breast Cancer
October 14, 2015

GEN news
RNA splicing factor linked with causes of breast cancer
October 5, 2015

Scientific American
A massive global effort maps how the brain is wired
October 2, 2015

GenomeWeb
New CRISPR/Cpf1 genome editing system makes waves at CSHL meeting
September 28, 2015

InnovateLI
2015 Innovator of the Year winners named
September 27, 2015

Times Beacon Record
Cold Spring Harbor Lab's Furukawa seeks to unravel mystery in the brain
September 25, 2015

UPI.com
Genetic analysis: Rare mutations cause half of all autism cases
Sept. 22 2015

GenomeWeb
Researchers Sequence Genome, Transcriptome of Regenerative Flatworm
Sept. 21, 2015

ScienceNews
Bad Karma can ruin palm oil crops
September 11, 2015

R&D 
Poor Palm Oil Production Blamed on “Bad Karma”
September 10, 2015

Philly.com
Rutgers scientist honored for DNA work
September 9, 2015

Science

Researchers solve mystery of the mutated oil palms
September 9, 2015

Drug Discovery & Development  
Mathematical 'Gingko Trees' Reveal Mutations in Single Cells That Characterize Disease
September 8, 2015

The Wall Street Journal

Lasker Awards Go to Scientists for Cancer Research, Ebola Response
September 8, 2015

InnovateLI

The Debrief: Alexander Gann, Watson School of Biological Sciences
September 8, 2015

Alzheimer's News Today
Researchers Discover Key Role for Cholinergic Neurons
August 28, 2015

MyLITV
CSHL Celebrates Its 125th Anniversary With A Special Open House
August 21, 2015

InnovateLI
Zach Lippman has big plans for agriculture
August 13, 2015

Newsday
LI Biotech startup receives $225,000 grant from NIH
August 13, 2015

InnovateLI
Checking in on LI’s post-doctoral promise
August 11, 2015

TBR Newsmedia
Tonk's new approach to Rett syndome at CSHL shows potential
August 11, 2015

Oyster Bay Enterprise Pilot
Cold Spring Harbor Lab Connects Locally
August 15, 2015

Huffington Post
For the Most Lethal Cancer: Find the Best Science
July 31, 2015

Newsday
Rett Syndrome hope
July 30, 2015

Nature
The boom in mini stomachs, brains, breasts, kidneys and more
July 29, 2015

Xconomy
Accelerate LI, Eyeing New Seed Fund, Debuts Ninth Grad: Envisagenics
July 29, 2015

Newsday
Lab gets $80G gift for cancer research
July 29, 2015

IFLScience!
Experimental Treatment Reverses Behavioral Symptoms of Rett Syndrome in Mice
July 28, 2015

Newsday
Tech startup Envisagenics receives $100,000 in funding
July 28, 2015

InnovateLI
Envisagenics gets $100K in seed funding
July 27, 2015

Science
Experimental therapy may reverse autism spectrum–like disorder in mice
July 27, 2015

Newsday
Cold Spring Harbor Lab marks 125 years
July 23, 2015

InnovateLI
Helping Big Pharma master Big Data
July 16, 2015

ScienceNews
Enormous quantities may soon be called 'genomical'
July 15, 2105

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL's Kinney works to decode gene factory
July 13, 2015

TechieNews
Genomics to push big data to its limits
July 9, 2015

Popular Science
Genetic Data Will Take Up More Space Than YouTube In 10 Years
July 9, 2015

Tech Times
Genomics Industry Generating Huge Amounts Of Data Due To DNA Sequencing
July 9, 2015

The Scientist
Big Data Problem
July 8, 2015

Phys.org
Genomics among the biggest of Big Data, experts say
July 8, 2015

BT.com
DNA storage concerns for computers
July 8, 2015

Nature
Genome researchers raise alarm over big data
July 7, 2015

NBCNews
Scientists warn genome date could outgrow YouTube, Twitter
July 7, 2015

The Washington Post
Sequencing the genome creates so much data we don’t know what to do with it
July 7, 2015

Yahoo! News
DNA storage concerns for computers
July 7, 2015

LaboratoryTalk
Genomics is 'big data beast’
July 7, 2015

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL's dos Santos explores basis for mammary memory
June 30, 2015

Newsday
Reunited
June 18, 2015

Newsweek
Russian Billionaire Returns Nobel Prize to James Watson
June 17, 2015

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Watson Reunited With Nobel Prize He Sold at Auction
June 17, 2015

The Long Islander

Cold Spring Harbor Lab Celebrates 125 years
June 11, 2015

CBS New York
Dr. James Watson To Be Reunited With Nobel Prize Medal He Gave Away
June 12, 2015

Newsday
Geneticist James Watson to retrieve auctioned Nobel Prize medal from Russia, donate buyer's money to charity
June 11, 2015

Huffington Post

Research Institutions are a vital economic engine on Long Island
June 10, 2015

Itemlive.com
Nahant doctor searches for cure for pancreatic cancer
June 10, 2015

Modern Farmer
Scientists Figured Out Why Beefsteak Tomatoes are So Huge
June 4, 2015

The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Grants Roundup: Duke Endowment Awards $15.3 Million for Health Research
June 3, 2015

Science News
Why breast-feeding really can be easier the second time around
June 3, 2015

NIH Research Matters
Mammary Gland May Have Epigenetic Memory
June 1, 2015

NPR

How did the beefsteak tomato get so beefy?
May 29, 2015

Newsday
Cold Spring Harbor researcher discovers genes that create beefsteak tomatoes
May 26, 2015

Science
Scientists find way to create supersized fruit
May 26, 2015

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL's Fearon works on way to help immune system fight cancer
May 20, 2015

The Scientist
Targeting protein domains with CRISPR
May 13, 2015

612 ABC Brisbane
Milk Memories
May 13, 2015

ScienceNews
Molecular scissors snip at cancer’s Achilles’ heel
May 12, 2015

Wall Street Journal

Scents of Smell Rooted in Math
May 8

Nature
Pint-sized DNA sequencer impresses first users
May 5, 2015

Newsday
Cold Spring Harbor Lab expands as LI economic engine, report says
May 5, 2015

TBR Newsmedia
CSHL’s Churchland shows how we think about numbers
May 4, 2015

InnovateLI
CSHL plans new center to push research to market
May 4, 2015

Drug Discovery News
Targeting two with PTP1B
May 1, 2015

Long Island Pulse
Of Mice and Ticks

May 2015

CBSnews - (video)
Charlie Rose receives honorary degree for science coverage
April 20, 2015

Newsday
Coming up Rose's
April 20, 2015

Newsday
Cold Spring Harbor researchers test treatment that can halt acute myeloid leukemia
April 19, 2015

Newsday

Editorial: LI medical partnership gives hope to cancer patients
April 7, 2015

GenomeWeb
CSHL, North Shore-LIJ pact marries Omics Research, Clinical Oncology to speed Rx Discovery
April 6, 2015

Science

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, hospital join forces to develop cancer drugs
April 2, 2015

New York Times
Cold Spring Harbor Lab, Seeking Human Subjects, Teams Up With Hospital System
April 2, 2015

News12 Long Island - (video)
Announcement of partnership between Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and North Shore-LIJ Hospital System
April 2, 2015

Newsday
Cold Spring Harbor lab, North Shore-LIJ health system sign pact on 'bench to bedside' cancer care
April 2, 2015

WCBS-AM Radio
CSHL/NS-LIJ Announcement
April 2, 2015

LIBN.com
Cold Spring Harbor, NS-LIJ joining forces
April 1, 2015

BioSpace
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory engages Hairpin Technologies Inc. to license its short hairpin RNA (shRNA) Technology
March 31, 2015

Newsday
14 Hot Startups
March 25, 2015

Times Beacon Record
CSHL's Krainer tackles spinal muscular atrophy
March 11, 2015

Newsday

Cold Spring Harbor Lab Hires New Counsel
March 10, 2015

The Statesman
New report names Stony Brook as key collaborator to save LI economy
March 8, 2015

BBC Radio 4

Anthony Zador on "BBC Inside Science"
March 5, 2015

SMA News Today
EXCLUSIVE: New Insight Into SMA from Dr. Adrian Krainer
February 23, 2015

MyLITV
Kids get a tech edge as the participate in an Hour of Code at Cold Spring Harbor Lab
February 2015

Design&Trend

How Much Of The Human Genome Is Junk?
January 26, 2015

Healthcare-in-europe.com

New revolutionary culturing technique for liver and pancreas
January 22, 2015

Genetic Literacy Project
Recalling old and new fear memories use different brain pathways
January 22, 2015

MedicalXpress
Scientists announce revolutionary culturing technique for liver and pancreas
January 22, 2015

The Scientist
Rat Race
January 22, 2105

hhmibulletin
The Protein at the End of the Tunnel
Winter 2015

SMA News Today
Challenging the Assumptions for Effective SMA Drug Administration
January 21, 2015

Design&Trend
Evolution Linked To A Small Part Of The Human Genome
January 20, 2015

Motherboard
Why a Neural Circuit for Fear Matters
January 20, 2015

GEN news
Old Memories Can Learn New Tricks
January 20, 2015

International Business Times

Fear Memories In The Brain
January 20, 2015

The New Indian Express
Decoded: Where Brain Stores Fear
January 20, 2015

Business Standard
Brain circuit that controls fear identified
January 20, 2015

India.com
Scientists identify new 'fear controlling' neural circuit in brain
January 20, 2015

Business Standard
Decoded: Where brain stores fear
January 20, 2015

Medical Daily
PTSD May Be Strengthened When Old Memories Travel New Pathways Through The Brain
January 19, 2015

DailyMail.com

Fear pinpointed: Scientists discover exactly where anxiety resides in the brain
January 19, 2015

National Institutes of Health
Brain recalls old memories via new pathways
January 19, 2015

Medical Daily
PTSD May Be Strengthened When Old Memories Travel New Pathways Through The Brain
January 19, 2015

International Business Times
Brain circuit that controls fear identified by scientists
January 19, 2015

Times Beacon Record

CSHL's Siepel compares Neanderthal genes to those of modern humans
January 14, 2015

Newsday

LI lab creates pint-size weapon in pancreatic cancer fight
January 14, 2015

TECH TIMES

How Does the Nose 'Know' What Odors Are and What They Mean?
January 13, 2015

Design & Trend

New brain imaging technology provides better understanding of brain activity
January 10, 2015

Brain & Behavior
Problems with Attention Traced to Specific Brain Circuit
January 7, 2015

Gen news
Novel p53 Biomarker Discovery May Improve Cancer Surgery Outcomes
January 6, 2015

Business Standard
High-resolution imaging method to detect neural activity
January 6, 2015

PBS/NOVA
Your Last Moments May Be Imprinted on Your Brain After Death
January 6, 2015

Times Beacon Record
Reliving 2014's scientific discoveries
January 2, 2015

Long Island Business News
Coming into focus
January 2, 2015

The Scientist

May the Best Rodent Win
January 1, 2015

NeurologyAdvisor
Unraveling the Genetics of Neurodevelopmental Disorders
December 29, 2014

International Business Times

Genome research 2014: From the ageless gene to the gayone, from a cure for Aids and Ebola to drought resistant rice
December 28, 2014

Newsday
LI needs state seed money to take root
December 28, 2014

MIT Technology Review

Solving the Autism puzzle
December 18, 2014

Newsday
LI doctors take part in clinical trial using CT scans to screen for early lung cancer
December 15, 2014

Times Beacon Record
CSHL's Zachary Lippman creates tomato tool kit
December 10, 2014

GenomeWeb

CSHL Team Reports New Tool for Improved shRNA Design
December 9, 2014

SpectrumNews.org
Future of Autism genetics should learn from its past
December 9, 2014

The New York Times
By Selling Prize, a DNA Pioneer Seeks Redemption
December 3, 2014

Newsday
Auction of James Watson's DNA Nobel will help fund scientist's charitable work
December 2, 2014

 

Los Angeles Times
James Watson's Nobel Prize to be auctioned
November 24, 2014

ScienceNewsline

Of Mice, Not Men
November 19, 2014

Chicago Tribune

November, 2014

Science
BioRxiv at 1 year: A promising start
November 11, 2014

Newswise.com
November 6, 2014
 
FreshPlaza.com
November 5, 2014

LIHerald.com
November 5, 2014

Autism Daily Newscast
November 3, 2014

Business Standard
November 3, 2014

Genetic Literacy Project
November 3, 2014

Nature World News
November 3, 2014

NPR
A non-GMO way to get more, tastier tomatoes
November 3, 2014

Znews.com - India
New gene variants can enhance crop production by 100 percent
November 3, 2014

NPR News
 
October 31, 2014

Times Beacon Record

CSHL's Jackson is outstanding in maize field
October 29, 2014
 
npr.org
October 29, 2014
 
Newsday
October 22, 2014
 
October 17, 2014

International Business Times
Robb Report - Health & Wellness
Personalized medicine for breast cancer
October 17, 2014

Times Beacon Record
Mice ace test designed for bigger-brained rats
October 17, 2014

GEN news
October 16, 2014
 
October 15, 2014

Business Insider - India
October 13, 2014
 
The New York Times
October 13, 2014
 
Antonnews.com
October 11, 2014
 
CNN Money
October 10, 2014

ANInews
October 9, 2014

Digital Journal
October 9, 2014
 
The Financial Express
Ocotber 9, 2014

Times Beacon Record
October 8, 2014
 
Newsday
October 7, 2014

ScienceMag.org
October 3, 2014

Fios1/MyLITV
October 1, 2014

The Washington Post
September 30, 2014

Long Island Press
September 26, 2014
 
Business Standard
September 26, 2014
 
Wired
September 26, 2014
 
NPR.org
September 25, 2014
 
The Scientist
September 25, 2014

Yahoo News
September 25, 2014
 
Newsday
September 21, 2014
 
LongIsland.com
September 19, 2014

MedIndia.net
September 19, 2014

HNGN.com
September 18, 2014
 
MedicalDaily.com
September 18, 2014

TechEmergence.com
September 18, 2014

Time
September 18, 2014

Times Beacon Record
September 3, 2014

EXEMPT Magazine
Summer 2014

Milieuli.com
August 28, 2014

AutismDailyNewsCast.com
August 26, 2014

BioITworld.com
August 18, 2014

Nature.com
August 18, 2014
 
Newsday
August 15, 2014
August 7, 2014

Times Beacon Record
July 22, 2014

Simons Foundation
Foundation Invests in Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory to Establish the Simons Center for Quantitative Biology
July 15, 2014

RedOrbit.com
Foods Rich In Antioxidants May Promote Cancer Growth
July 11, 2014

Nature
Neuroscience: A structure to remember
July 9, 2014

Scientific American
Can Indiana Jones Help Sort Out the Palm Oil Problem?
July 8, 2014

InsidePhilanthropy.com
How Does a "Transformative" Gift for Research Happen? Not Overnight
July 8, 2014

Philanthropy News Digest
Simons Foundation awards $50 million to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
July 8, 2014

New York Business Journal
Math vs Cancer: Jim Simons' monster check will fund Long Island data crunchers
July 7, 2014

Fios1News.com
LI couple donates $50 million for biology center
July 7, 2014

GEN
CSHL given $50M toward new Quantitative Biology Center
July 7, 2014

The New York Times
James Simons gives $50 million to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
July 7, 2014

Newsday
Simonses give $50 million to Cold Spring Harbor Lab
July 7, 2014

The Wall Street Journal
A $50 million gift to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
July 7, 2014

philanthropy.com
Simons fund donates $50-million for Biology Research
July 7, 2014

LIBN.com
Simons donates $50M to Cold Spring Harbor Lab
July 7, 2014

Times Beacon Record
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory's Li looks for clues to understand traumatic stress
June 25, 2014

libn.com
Q&A - Teri Willey - Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
June 20-26 2014

Delta SKY Magazine
Wiping out cancer
June 2014 edition

Popular Science
New study uncovers why stress leads to depression in some, but not others
June 18, 2014

Examiner.com
Defense Department gives LI doctor $2.5 million to fight breast cancer
June 15, 2014

Newsday
LI researcher wins grant to solve a cancer mystery
June 14, 2014

Boston Business Journal
Ropes & Gray settles malpractice case filed by New York laboratory
June 10, 2014

NDTV.com
US NIH presents 10-year-plan for BRAIN Project
June 9, 2014

NIH.gov
Structure of receptor involved in Brain Disorders
June 9, 2014

Nature
Ambitious plans for BRAIN project unveiled
June 6, 2014

West Hawaii Today
'Switch' in brain may control how we handle stress
June 6, 2014

ScienceMag.org
Lengthy RNAs earn respect as cellular players
June 6, 2014

Discover Magazine
Visit New York's Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
June 5, 2014

GenomeWeb.com
CSHL settles patent malpractice dispute with former IP counsel
June 5, 2014

The Washington Post
Why are some depressed, others resilient? Scientists home in one part of the brain
June 5, 2014

Xconomy.org
Accelerate LI seeds first batch of Biotech, Cleantech startups
June 5, 2014

Oncology Nurse Advisor
Powerful new way to treat HER2-positive breast cancer validated
June 4, 2014

ScienceNews
Stress and the susceptible brain
June 3, 2014

American Lawyer; Law360; Yahoo!Finance; Lab Manager magazine; MarketWatch.com

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory announces settlement in Patent Malpractice Case Against Ropes & Gray
June 2, 2014

ScienceMag.org
BRAIN project meets physics
May 30, 2014

Forbes
Why stress triggers depression in some people, resilience in others
May 28, 2014

Healthline News
Why do some people quit in the face of stress while others persevere?
May 28, 2014

Huffington Post
Varying reactions to stress could have to do with certain brain cells
May 28, 2014

Nature
Depressed mice have excitable neurons
May 28, 2014

PolicyMic.com
Neuroscientists have discovered why certain people always thrive under pressure
May 28, 2014

Times Beacon Record
CSHL's Turner studies how flies recognize smells
May 28, 2014

Scientific American
Depressed mice have excitable neurons
May 28, 2014

Live Science
Brain cells make some mice resilient to stress
May 27, 2014

Time
Why some people get depressed and others get resilient
May 27, 2014

The Wall Street Journal
DepYmed announces validation of Trodusquemine as a therapeutic candidate for HER2-positive breast cancer
May 27, 2014

theASCB Post
Our People: Live imaging of the nucleus earns CSHL's David Spector new honors
May 22, 2014

Commack Patch
Commack High School students win at Invitational Science Fair
May 22, 2014

Times Beacon Record
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory's Gillis studies link among autism genes
May 15, 2014

Popular Science
How sperm fit big things in small places
May 14, 2014

MedicalDaily.com
What causes male infertility? Sperm cells with poorly packaged genes, researchers say
May 13, 2014

redOrbit.com
Male infirtility relies on a key protein that also protects against disease
May 13, 2014

Science World Report
Scientists discover protein associated with male infertility, shedding light on sperm development
May 13, 2014

Irish Medical Times
Schizophrenia and Autism/intellectual disability may share genetic mutations
May 8, 2014

Digital Journal
Dr. David Spector, CSHL Professor, is elected to European Molecular Biology Organization
May 7, 2014

Crain's New York
Wall Street funds cancer-research up-and-comers
May 5, 2014

MarketWatch.com
Inaugural Pershing Square Sohn Prize awarded to six young scientists in New York City
to furth innovative cancer research

May 5, 2014

Times Beacon Record
CSHL's Iossifov studies genetics of autism
April 30, 2014

GenomeWeb
Study identifies Chromatin Remodeling-related mutations in Schizophrenia
April 29, 2014

Newsday
LI Biotech companies to seek investors at forum
April 29, 2014

TheJournal.ie
Autism & Schizophrenia may be caused by the same mutations
April 28, 2014

The Global Legal Post
AAAS announces new members
April 25, 2014

Long Island Business News
Stillman wins Herbert Tabor Award
April 21, 2014

Newsday
Executive Suite: Leemor Joshua-Tor
March 30, 2014

The Long Islander
People in the news: Leemor Joshua-Tor, Ph.D.
March 13, 2014

Times Beacon Record
CSHL's Kepecs tracks neurons and confidence
March 12, 2014

RunnersWorld.com
DNA co-discoverer proposes radical view on excercise & health
March 6, 2014

Business Standard
How sense of smell is linked with memory and cognition
March 3, 2014

FirstPost.com
Learn how experiences shape smell perception in the brain
March 3, 2014

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

A mature cell is more likely to favor mom's or dad's alleles
February 25, 2014

Brain & Behavior Research Foundation
Foundation funding helps researchers identify new brain
activity at play in PTSD

February 20, 2014

SkinInc.com
Skin-healing protein is found to also promote certain skin cancers
February 17, 2014

UPI.com
Scientists locate new connection between fear and behavior in brain
February 12, 2014

ScienceNews
Brain shot
February 7, 2014

NSF.org
NSF-funded researchers describe their cutting edge brain research
February 6, 2014

Science World Report
New animal model for metastic prostate cancer developed
January 25, 2014

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Overexpressed splicing protein deranges wound healing, promotes skin cancer
January 21, 2014

Scientific American
A new method to measure consciousness proposed
January 7, 2014

Times Beacon Record
Huntington: where tech startups call home
January 2, 2014

FreshFruitPortal.com

Gene mutation could extend tomato production

January 2, 2014

Science 2.0
Hybrid vigor: genetic modification could lead to much better tomato yields
December 30, 2013

The Scientist
The year in science publishing
December 30, 2013

Food Product Design
Genetic modification increases tomato plant yield
December 27, 2013

Times Topics: The New York Times
Genetically modified food
December 25, 2013

PRNewswire
Reps. Israel & Fattah announce international partnership in neuroscience research,
including Alzheimer's Disease

December 16, 2013

LIBN.com
Movers & Shakers - Nonprofit section
December 13, 2013

Newsday
Long Island wins $83m in state business aid
December 11, 2013

The Wall Street Journal
Millions given to N.Y. projects
December 11, 2013

CapitalNewYork.com
Cuomo gives out $715 million in economic development awards
December 11, 2013


RedOrbit.com
Genetic link associated with one percent of
all cancerous tumors discovered

December 9, 2013

Bio-ITworld.com
The new cancer models, Part 1: The tumor organoid biobank
December 9, 2013

Heraldonline.com
Dr. Cori Bargmann, Jeffrey E. Kelter and Thomas A. Saunders III
Elected CSHL Trustees

December 4, 2013

MarketWatch.com
Dr. Cori Bargmann, Jeffrey E. Kelter and Thomas A. Saunders III Elected CSHL Trustees
December 4, 2013

LI Pulse Magazine
Good people doing good things: Teri F. Willey
December 2, 2013

Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News
Genomic healthcare solutions
December 1, 2013

Times Beacon Record
CSHL's Ware looks to crack plant code
November 20, 2013

Times Beacon Record
Cold Spring Harbor Lab gets $100K gift
November 13, 2013

GenomeWeb
Stacks of papers for the bioRxiv
November 13, 2013

Discover
bioRxin is here
November 12, 2013

Science
New preprint server aims to be biologists'
answer to physicists' arXiv

November 12, 2013

The Scientist
Preprints galore
November 12, 2013

Nature
Preprints come to life
November 12, 2013

Newsday
Cold Spring Harbor Lab's Double Helix
honorees include Robin Roberts

November 2, 2013

Microbe World
$400K gift to CSHL, MIT, UCSF, Davidson for advanced
technology courses for biological scientists

October 29, 2013

The Island Now
Portledge 5th graders focus on genetics
October 24, 2013

Times Beacon Record
CSHL's Joshua-Tor solves mysteries by studying structure
October 23, 2013

Business Standard (India)
Scientists decode how brain distinguishes between scents
October 21, 2013

Times Beacon Record
CSHL's Albeanu sniffs out the mouse neurons in smell
October 16, 2013

National Public Radio
Sounding the alarm for basic science research funding
October 15, 2013

Wired
Biology’s big problem: there’s too much data to handle
October 11, 2013

Truthdive.com
How neurons enable us to behave differently to food smells
October 8, 2013

Genome Web
Researchers detail use of precision medicine in mental illness case
October 4, 2013

The New York Times
Gene therapy With a difference
September 23, 2013

The New York Times
Gene therapy with a difference
September 23, 2013

Counsel & Heal
Targeting cancer cells and environment halts tumor growth
September 23, 2013

LIBN
Q&A: Teri Willey, Cold Spring Harbor Lab
September 16, 2013

Newsday
LI's first magnet STEM school opens in Syosset
September 11, 2013

Xconomy
Cold Spring hires former VC to lead “proactive” tech transfer effort
September 10, 2013

Newsday
Execs hired to commercialize LI science discoveries
September 9, 2013

Long Island Business News
Federal cuts strangling LI’s R&D economy
August 23, 2013

Times Beacon Record
CSHL's Osten looks to understand brain's wiring
August 22, 2013

San Francisco Chronicle
Families of SMA Awards $150,000 to Drs. Hua and Krainer at CSHL 
August 9, 2013

MIT Technology Review
The world’s best (and worst) scientific institutions ranked by discipline
August 7, 2013

New York Daily News
Harlem DNA lab gives school kids a dose of science during the summer months
August 6, 2013


The Wall Street Journal
Long Island hopes new moves spark technology start-ups
August 5, 2013

The Times Huntington
Professor is 'rising star in cancer research'
August 1, 2013

GenomeWeb
Oil palm genomes provide resource for exploring plant's biology, Palm Oil production
July 24, 2013

BBC News
Genome of oil palm sequenced
July 24, 2013

The New York Times
Looking at oil palm’s genome for keys to productivity
July 24, 2013

Fast Company
Our computers can't keep up with all the DNA research we're doing
July 15, 2013

Times Beacon Record (Long Island)
CSH's Stephen Shea studies the brain's 'blue place'
July 12, 2013

Biomedical Computation Review
Behind the Connectome commotion
July 10, 2013

CNN.com
Watson: 'DNA was my only gold rush'
June 28, 2013

IEEE Spectrum
The DNA Data Deluge
June 27, 2013

Glen Cove Patch
Lavine: fund alzheimer’s research in New York
June 24, 2013

Newsday
STEM charter school to partner with LI's top scientists
June 22, 2013

LongIsland.com
Congressman Israel and Assemblyman Lavine call on
New York State to be the center of alzheimer's research

June 18, 2013

Newsday
At Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, new insights into rare genetic disorder
June 17, 2013

March of Dimes Foundation
Geneticists solve mystery of rare birth defect’s variable severity
with funding from March of Dimes

June 13, 2013

Gene Silencing News
CSHL team publishes new details on how Argonaute 2 slices
June 10, 2013

Newsday
Cancer researchers work on profiling single cells
June 9, 2013

Newsday
Cold Spring Harbor Lab targeting cancer cells
June 9, 2013

Newsday
Can science save Long Island's economy?
June 9, 2013

LIBN
Sequestration could stall research innovation
June 5, 2013

TheHuffingtonPost.com
The Search for Mental Illness and Addiction in the Brain, Part IV:
The BRAIN Initiative and the Politics of Experience

June 3, 2013

Biocompare
Striking the Right Balance for Protein Extraction
May 28, 2013

Medical Daily
Scientists link specific brain cell types to behavior
May 27, 2013

Long Island Business News
Newsmaker of the week, Broad Hollow Bioscience Park
May 17, 2013

Newsday
Cuomo urges closer university-business ties
May 15, 2013
 
Huntington Patch
Nobelist Honored at Cinema Arts Centre
May 15, 2013

Newsday
OSI Pharmaceuticals closes LI facility
May 13, 2013

Times Beacon Record
CSH's Tony Zador: studying the brain's wiring
May 7, 2013

Nature Medicine
Biomedical journal and publisher hope to bring preprints to life
May 7, 2013

Nature
Privacy protections: The genome hacker
May 8, 2013

Nature Jobs
James Watson: Postdocs should travel, talk, and think big
May 3, 2013

Long Island Pulse
Science Island
April 26, 2013

BBC [podcast]
The structure of DNA
April 25, 2013

National Geographic
The jumping gene: Friend or foe
April 25, 2013

MSNBC
New Nobel letters reveal secrets of DNA prize
April 24, 2013

The Washington Post
Obama: ‘Braaaaaains.’ Partha Mitra: ‘Whoa there, buddy.’
April 3, 2013

The Hellenic News of America
Featured Young Professional of the Month: Dr. Despina Siolas
March 12, 2013

Newsday
Put Long Island Brain Power to Work - Editorial
March 8, 2013

The Long Islander
Laboratory Celebrates 60 Years Of DNA (see image)
March 7, 2013

GenomeWeb
Trove of Treasures
March 5, 2013

Scientific American
What’s Wrong with the Brain Activity Map Proposal
March 5, 2012

Newsday
Pioneer Scientists Pay Homage to Each Other
March 2, 2013

MTV.com
What if 'Jack the Giant Slayer' Wasn't Just a Fairy Tale
March 1, 2013

Newsday
Lab DNA Panel Features James Watson
February 28, 2013

Newsday
60th DNA Anniversary Celebrated at Cold Spring Harbor Lab
February 28, 2013

Dark Daily
Personalized Medicine Experts Call on Pathology Profession to Create a New Breed of Pathologist
February 25, 2013

Wired
DNA Crunchers Ditch Hadoop for Homegrown Software
February 20, 2013

NARSAD/Brain and Behavior Foundation
NARSAD Grantees Gain Insight on Fear Memories, May Help Treat PTSD
January 31, 2013

Western Farm Press
Wheat breakthrough a path to counter food disaster
January 29, 2013

Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News
Pancreatic Cancer Gets $25M Boost
January 23, 2013

ABC Nightline
Food Fraud? Watchdog Group Raises Concerns
January 22, 2013

McGill blogs - Office for Science & Society
What Are We to Make of Dr. Watson’s Article in ‘Open Biology’, Re: Antioxidants
May Have Caused More Cancers Than Those Cured?

January 11, 2013

The Guardian
The Antioxidant Myth is Too Easy to Swallow
January 10, 2013

Reuters
DNA Pioneer James Watson Takes Aim at "Cancer Establishments"
January 9, 2013

Garden City News
Panera Bread Raises Funds for Breast Cancer Groups
January 3, 2013

Times Beacon Record
CSH's Z. Josh Huang Studies 'Chandelier' Cells
January 3, 2013

Times Beacon Record
Putting the Pieces of Autism Together at CSHL
December 27, 2012

The New York Times
Evening Hours – November's Embers
December 2, 2012

Wall Street Journal
Researchers Unlock Secrets of Wheat Genome
November 29, 2012

Newsday
Cold Spring Harbor Lab to honor 3
November 28, 2012

Sci-News.com
Scientists Solve Mystery of Human Brain’s Chandelier Cells
November 27, 2012

NARSAD/Brain and Behavior Foundation
NARSAD Grant-Funded Research Furthers Understanding of What Makes Us Human
November 27, 2012

Genetic Engineering News
Learning from Sandy
November 16, 2012

Oyster Bay Enterprise Pilot
Science Vs. Sandy — Science Wins!
November 16, 2012

Newsday
Fall From Fiscal Cliff Would Rough Up LI
November 13, 2012

The New York Times
A Collective Effort to Save Decades of Research as the Water Rose
November 5, 2012

Science Magazine Insider
Sandy vs Science: On Long Island, Prominent Research Lab Weathers the Storm
November 2, 2012

Nature
The Annotated and Illustrated Double Helix, Reviewed
November 1, 2012

The New York Times
Hurricane Sandy’s Lesser-Known Victims: Lab Rats
November 1, 2012

Nature
New York Research Facilities Feel Sandy’s Wrath
November 1, 2012

Nature
Genomics: The Single Life Sequencing DNA from Individual Cells
is Changing the Way That Researchers Think of Humans as a Whole.

October 31, 2012

MIT Technology Review
DNA Sequencing Could Map the Brain’s Wiring
October 25, 2012

Scientific American
Sequencing The Connectome: Will DNA Barcodes And A Sneaky Virus
Change The Way Scientists Map The Brain?

October 23, 2012

Stamford Advocate.com
Sacred Heart Partners with Renowned NY Lab
October 15, 2012

Newsday
Cuomo Watch: Praise for Cold Spring Harbor Lab
October 7, 2012

Newsday
LI Officials Make Case for State's Tech Aid
October 6, 2012

Education Update

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory: A Mecca for Science Research in New York
October 5, 2012

Education Update

Exclusive Interview: Dr. Bruce Stillman, President of CSHL
October 5, 2012

Education Update
Exclusive Interview: Dr. David Micklos, Executive Director of the DNA Learning Center at CSHL
October 5, 2012

Education Update
Exclusive Interview: Dr. Gregory Hannon, Professor, Watson School of Biological Sciences at CSHL
October 5, 2012

American Society for Microbiology
A Lovely Event
October 4, 2012

UPI.com
Cancer Drugs May Help Treat Alzheimer's
September 26, 2012

Newsday
Accelerate LI's Lesko Meets with Scientists
September 26, 2012

American Health Assistance Foundation.org
Scientists Reverse Alzheimer's-Like Memory Loss in Animal Models
September 25, 2012

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Cancer Drugs Reverse Memory Loss in Alzheimer’s Disease
September 25, 2012

The Wall Street Journal MarketWatch
Investing in ‘junk DNA’
September 11, 2012

Bloomberg/Bloomberg Buisnessweek
DNA's 'Junk' Now Seen as Lever Controlling Future Health
September 6, 2012

The New York Times
Bits of Mystery DNA, Far From 'Junk', Play Crucial Role
September 5, 2012

The Washington Post
"Junk DNA" Concept Debunked by New Analysis of Human Genome
September 5, 2012

The Wall Street Journal
New DNA Encyclopedia Shows Complex Inner Workings
September 5, 2012

NBC News
New DNA Project Shows Us Living Beyond Our Genes
September 5, 2012

Newsday
LI Scientists: New DNA Secrets Revealed
September 5, 2012

Genetic Engineering News
Oncogene Addiction: Real or Not?
August 20, 2012

examiner.com
transOMIC Technologies Joins Growing Roster of Resident Companies at HudsonAlpha
August 15, 2012

North County Times
Isis Pharma Helps Develop New Genetic Disease Model
August 14, 2012

VOXXI
Knowledge of Brain Architecture Could Help Treat
Alzheimer’s, Schizophrenia

August 8, 2012

GenomeWeb
Pacific Biosciences Pursues Multi-Pronged Informatics
Effort to Improve Accuracy of RS Assemblies

July 6, 2012

Lab Times Online
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory on Course to Expansion
July 5, 2012

Newsday Blog
Gillibrand to Unveil Plan to Spur High-Tech Jobs
July 6, 2012

redOrbit
Genetics Could Explain Parrot's Ability To Parrot
July 5, 2012

Technology Review
Single-Molecule Sequencing Gets a Crucial Fix
July 5, 2012

BioSpace.com
An Error-Eliminating Fix from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Overcomes Big Problem in "3rd-gen" Genome Sequencing

July 2, 2012

Genetic Engineering News
Eradicating Errors in Third-Gen Sequencing for
de Novo Genome Assembly

July 2, 2012

IEEE Spectrum: Tech Talk
99.9 Percent Accurate Genome Sequencing
July 2, 2012

Forbes.com

For A New DNA Sequencer, A Technical Fix May Have Come Too Late
July 1, 2012


Newsday
CSH Lab Fix Targets Genome Technology
July 1, 2012

GenomeWeb
Pfizer, CSHL to Collaborate on shRNA Library
June 21, 2012

Gizmodo
It Takes the Entire Internet to Map a Mouse’s Brain
June 20, 2012

Genetics Society of America
The 2012 Genetics Society of America Elizabeth W. Jones
Award for Excellence in Education

June 20, 2012

Scientific American
Head Start: Scientists Trace a Wiring Plan for Entire Mouse Brain
June 20, 2012

Voice of America
Barbara McClintock, 1902-1992: She Made Discoveries about Genes and Chromosomes
June 18, 2012

Newsday
Will the Lack of Lab Space Squeeze Out LI Tech Companies?
June 10, 2012

AG Professional
Unraveling the Corn Genome
June 7, 2012

Long Island Press
Chairman Nicholls on Power List
June 7, 2012

Long Island Press
Professor Wigler on Power List
June 7, 2012

USDA Blog
Cutting-edge Technology to Make Traditional Favorites Even Better
June 5, 2012

POPSCI.com
First Images From Complete Map of Mouse Brain
June 4, 2012

Newsday
LI Scientist Helps Map Tomato Genes
June 4, 2012

Times Beacon Record
CSH's Zachary Lippman Has a Taste For Tomatoes
May 29, 2012

Science

Submitting Your Best-Possible R01 Application
May 11, 2012

GEN News Highlights

Bioeconomy Blueprint Embraces Public-Private Efforts, Avoids Grand Challenges
May 3, 2012

Artemis
Live Imaging Shows Response to Cancer Drugs Can Be Boosted by Altering Tumor Microenvironment
May 2, 2012

Scienceline
Solving the Genomic Jigsaw Puzzle
May 1, 2012

SFARI.org
Large Sequencing Study Ties Autism Genes to Fragile X
April 26, 2012

Times Beacon Record
CSH Researcher Anne Churchland Studies Rats in a Maze
April 26, 2012

Genomeweb
Mouse Model Startup Mirimus Sets Sights on Industry Customers
April 25, 2012

GEN News Highlights
Live Imaging Demonstrates How Tumor Microenvironment Affects Chemotherapy Response
April 17, 2012

Long Island Business News
Saving the Environment Big Biz on LI
April 11, 2012

Times Beacon Record
Alea Mills Studies Genes to Understand Autism
April 3, 2012

The Scientist
Collecting Cancer Data
March 29, 2012

Nature
Epigenetics: Marked for Success
March 29, 2012

The Chronicle of Higher Education
NIH Courts Younger Researchers, Even as it Debates How Far to Go
March 25, 2012

Nature
Neuroscience: Making Connections
March 21, 2012

GENengnews.com
RNA advances reshape prevailing wisdom
March 15, 2012

Agence France Press/The Raw Story
Rats as good as humans in decision-making: study
March 13, 2012

Long Island Business News
LI researchers turning duckweed into biofuel
March 9, 2012

New England Journal of Medicine
The Histone Code and treatments for Acute Myeloid Leukemia
March 8, 2012

Genome Technology magazine
Research consortium charts functional genomics of seed plants
February 2012

Big Think
Duckweed: The Next Bio Fuel Revolution 
February 22, 2012

GENengnews.com
Academic centers may face the pinch of budgetary constraints and data deluge
February 21, 2012

Big Think
DNA in the Cloud
February 16, 2012

Scientific American
Jumping genes in the brain ensure that even identical twins are different
February 14, 2012

Times Beacon Record
Dr. Adrian Krainer: Working to cure spinal Muscular Atrophy
February 14, 2012

The New York Times
The scientist was a figment, but his work was real
February 13, 2012

MyLITV.COM/FiOS1
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Association
February 13, 2012

Genome Technology magazine
Mutations identified could improve prognosis for patients with rare Leukemia
February 2012

Live Science
Two genes for sealing in memories identified
February 10, 2012

Oncology Live
5 questions for Yuri Lazebnik
February 2, 2012

The Atlantic
A whole-brain scanning system
January 25, 2012

Genome Technology magazine
Storage saga
December 2011/January 2012

Newsday
Expert: LI should follow San Diego on tech
January 18, 2012

Financial Times 
Is a cure for cancer in sight?
January 6, 2012

MyLITV.COM/FiOS1
Cold Spring Harbor Lab planning for cancer drug testing facility
January 4, 2012

Choice Reviews Online
CSHL press book in choice Top 25 Book List
January 4, 2012

Bloomberg Businessweek
Biogen may spend as much as $299 million on Isis Children’s drug
January 4, 2012

Newsday

DNA Center lauded for online teaching tool
January 2, 2012


Long Island Business News

The 2011 influentials
December 30, 2011

Newsday
LI researchers make Leukemia discovery
December 20, 2011

Genetic Engineering News
Industry, academic professionals offer advice for President Obama’s bioeconomy blueprint
December 15, 2011

The Wall Street Journal
Cuomo announces top economic evelopment projects
December 8, 2011

Nature Medicine
Notable Advances 2011. Cancer biology: BET-ting on chromatin
December 6, 2011

Nature Reviews Drug Discovery
Antisense Therapeutics: Systematic reawakening of a silent gene to improve survival in SMA
December 2, 2011

The New York Times
DNA sequencing caught in deluge of data
November 30, 2011

BusinessWeek
Roche enters race to cure genetic disease with $490 million deal
November 29, 2011

Science
Does a gene's location in the cell matter?
November 25, 2011  

Genomeweb
CSHL team publishes new details on Heterochromatin Assembly, gene silencing in yeast
November 17, 2011

CNN - American morning
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on his cancer, Double-Helix Medal
November 17, 2011
 
Newsday
Laboratory honors NBA icon, researchers
November 15, 2011

Newsday
Docs tout new road map for cancer treatment
November 3, 2011

Science Business Exchange
Peripheral therapy for SMA
November 3, 2011

Newsday
Genetics research hub includes 3 LI groups
November 2, 2011

Nature Medicine
New mouse models of Autism highlight need for standardized tests
November 2, 2011

Science Business Exchange
Mouse models of Autism
October 20, 2011

Minneapolis Star Tribune
Is gene deletion at the core of Autism?
October 17, 2011

Voice of America
Scientists study genetic basis of Autism
October 7, 2011

Genetic Engineering News
Antisense therapy improves lifespan and motor function in mice with severe Spinal Muscular Atrophy
October 6, 2011

SFARI.org
Two Autism mouse models highlight gene dosage effects
October 6, 2011

Technology Review
Researchers engineer mice with anomalies linked to Autism, Schizophrenia
October 4, 2011

Agence France Press
Scientists study autistic mice for disease clues
October 3, 2011

The Scientist
A mouse model of Autism?
October 3, 2011

The Guardian.co.uk
Fighting a contagious cancer
September 29, 2011

Newsday
Delving into science for capital ideas
September 28, 2011

Long Island Business News
Biomedical research in our backyard
September 23, 2011

The Scientist
Next generation: All-in-one in Vivo Scope
September 16, 2011

Reuters
Analysis: gene sequencers face govt budget squeeze
September 12, 2011

GenomeWeb

CSHL team says single-cell sequencing of prostate cancer could improve diagnosis, guide treatment
September 7, 2011

Bloomberg Markets Magazine
Mogul using $100 million in race to cure daughter Lures Novartis
September 7, 2011

Long Island Business News
Cold Spring Harbor Lab running low on space
August 19, 2011

CBS News
Prostate cancer advance promises better diagnosis, treatment
August 16, 2011

New York Daily News
New tumor suppressor gene discovered
August 16, 2011

The Independent
Key find could prevent deadly prostate cancer
August 16, 2011

Crain's New York
Northshore-LIJ sees need for workplace docs
August 11, 2011

Science-Business eXchange
Bromodomain brake on AML
August 11, 2011

The Wall Street Journal
Care, research, education are Foundation's trinity
August 4, 2011

Cancer Research UK
Potential treatment of Acute Myeloid Leukemia identified
August 4, 2011

Royal Society of Chemistry
Targeting DNA packaging to treat Leukemia
August 4, 2011

Science News
One problem, many paths
August 1, 2011

WebMD.com
Gene therapy may help Muscular Dystrophy patients
July 25, 2011

Long Island Press
President Stillman on power list
June 15, 2011

Wired
Extra gene copies may trigger some cases of autism
June 10, 2011

CBS News
Complexity of autism keeps treatment elusive
June 9, 2011

Nature
Autism linked to hundreds of spontaneous genetic mutations
June 8, 2011

The Washington Post
Scientists find new genetic clues to autism
June 8, 2011

Los Angeles Times 
Gene mutations could cause autism in boys, another disorder in girls, researchers suggest
June 8, 2011

Scientific American
Autism's tangled genetics full of rare and varied mutations
June 8, 2011

The New York Times
The twins' connection: other theories
May 31, 2011

Science
Meeting briefs: The Biology of Genomes
May 27, 2011

Nature
Cells may stray from 'central dogma'
May 19, 2011

Nature
Neuroscience: My brain made me do it
May 19, 2011

libn.com
Mirimus puts focus on lab mice
May 19, 2011

Forbes.com
DNA Sequencing: beating Moore's Law since January 2008
May 13, 2011

Nature
Mining the honey bee genome
May 10, 2011

Newsday
$2M in Venture Capital for LI company
May 3, 2011

GenomeWeb
Pacific Biosciences launches new sequencing platform
April 27, 2011

GenomeWeb
CSHL team demonstrates new application for transgenic RNAi approach in mice
April 21, 2011

News12 Long Island
National Grid Foundation supports genetics education on Long Island
April 14, 2011

libn.com
Cuomo OKs Broad Hollow Park expansion
April 14, 2011

Science
Brothers in arms against cancer
March 25, 2011

Newsday
State Senate OKs LI business incubator
March 23, 2011

MyLITV.COM/FiOS1
Partners for the Future program at CSHL gives LI high school science students hands-on lab experience
March 16, 2011

AARP/Newsday
CSH Lab ISd liver cancer gene, eyes cure
March 15, 2011

Seeking Alpha
Antisense oligonucleotide helps severe spinal muscular atrophy
March 13, 2011

GenomeWeb
CSHL team publishes method for large-scale identification of potent shRNAs
February 24, 2011

Science
Will computers crash genomics?
February 11, 2011

BigThink
Why there may never be a cure for Autism
February 9, 2011

The New York Times
Canine tumor fuels up by stealing parts from host

Newsday
Big Five leaders join LIA board
February 17, 2011

The New York Times
Decoding the human brain, with help from a fly
December 13, 2010

Genome Technology
Michael Schatz: genome assembly and the Cloud
December 2010

Big Think
The neuroscience of cocktail party conversation
September 24, 2010

Big Think
The brain is a statistical engine
September 13, 2010

Newsday
LI researcher wins prize for DNA work
December 12, 2010

MyLITV.com
Understanding DNA

Forbes
"Capture Technique" enables researchers to study 49,000-year-old DNA to study how similar and...

Discovery Channel News
Neanderthals, Humans interbred, DNA proves
May 6, 2010

PBS Newshour
Human and Neanderthal genes ‘incredibly similar’

May 7, 2010

GenomeWeb
Array-based capture method helps target and sequence highly contaminated Neanderthal DNA
May 11, 2010

Financial Times

Neanderthals live on in modern man

FOX News
You’re part Caveman, say scientists
May 6, 2010

UPI
Neanderthals and humans: genetically alike
May 6, 2010


New York Times
From superseeds to mutant tomatoes
August 20, 2010

ABC News

Single gene powers hybrid tomato plants

The Independent
Tomato plant yield raised by 60 per cent
March 29, 2010

Daily Mail
Why the super tomato is a sweet success
March 29, 2010

Telegraph.co.uk
Key to sweeter tomatoes uncovered
March 29, 2010

Newsday
Building a better tomato
March 28, 2010

US News and World Report

Tomato gene impacts taste, yield
May 24, 2010

Discovery Channel, News
Scientists make tomato breakthrough

New York Times
Forgetting with a purpose
February 22, 2010

Scienceline
Memory’s molecules: learning the brain’s vocabulary
March 19, 2010

BBC News
Tasmanian Devil facial cancer origins 'identified'
January 1, 2010

TIME

Decoding the Tasmanian Devil’s deadly cancer
January 1, 2010

Scientific American

Genetic analysis reveals parasitic origin of contagious cancer devastating Tasmanian Devils
December 31, 2009

Wired, Science News

Tasmanian Devil cancer culprit revealed
January 1, 2010

Newsday
Cold Spring Harbor Lab finds Tasmanian Devils cancer key
January 1, 2010