Path to cancer in the brain set by protein CHD5
Researchers find that protein keeps neural stem cells from activating too soon and hindering brain development.
Lacrosse team raises money for autism research
Members of Montclair Kimberley Academy's lacrosse team raised over $2,000 to support autism research at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Predicting how splicing errors impact disease risk
New research helps correlate genetic mutations with errors in RNA splicing that can cause serious illness.
Genomes, justice, and the journey here
September 15, 2018
CSHL Professor W. Richard McCombie discusses genomic privacy and sequencing technology in this episode of Base Pairs....
From workshops to lab work—right next door
September 13, 2018
College student James Korossy’s journey from taking workshops at the DNA Learning Center to working at the bench in CSHL Fellow Lingbo Zhang’s lab....
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Meetings & Courses Program: 'Molecular Mechanisms of Neuronal Connectivity'
Sept 25-29, 2018 Topics include: Neuronal & Glial Development, Axon Targeting, & Axon Regeneration.
CSHL Press: A Cure Within: Scientists Unleashing The Immune System to Kill Cancer
One of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press’ latest books documents the field’s amazing progress through interviews with the investigators responsible.
Saturday DNA! 'The Magic of Microscopes'
Saturday, October 13, 2018. Participants will: collect samples from the local environment; learn how and when to use different types of microscopes.
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