Massive genome havoc in breast cancer is revealed
Researchers have made a highly detailed map of 20,000 structural variations in a cancer cell’s genome
CSHL Fellow Semir Beyaz wins three awards
Semir Beyaz has won three awards for his research on the impact of dietary choices on the body’s immunity against cancer.
International camp counselors tour CSHL
Counselors from the North Shore Holiday House camp toured CSHL to learn about its innovative research.
Nicholas Tonks wins prestigious ASBMB award
July 3, 2018
Professor Nicholas Tonks wins Earl and Thressa Stadtman Distinguished Scientist Award from the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology...
Big plans for a tiny plant
July 15, 2018
On this episode of Base Pairs, Rob Martienssen discusses how duckweed could be the next biofuel and help combat climate change...
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Meetings & Courses Program: 'The CRISPR-Cas Revolution'
Aug 22 - 25, 2018 This meeting fosters fruitful & creative interactions between researchers & scientists interested in applying these systems.
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.
2018 DNA Learning Center Student Summer Camps registration is now open!
Each summer our laboratory classrooms fill with 6th-12th grade students participating in five-day science camps.
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