David Tuveson elected to the AACR Board of Directors
CSHL Professor David Tuveson was elected to the Board of Directors of the American Association for Cancer Research for the 2018 - 2021 term.
Newly identified genetic mutation results in intellectual disability and developmental delay
Scientists have identified a new illness caused by a genetic mutation that gives rise to a wide range of symptoms including intellectual disability.
Study reveals a way to make prostate cancer cells run out of energy and die
In lethal prostate cancer, the gene PTEN is often missing. In such cases, one effective treatment may be to administer drugs that inhibit mitochondria
Base Pairs Episode 14: The cancer answer that wasn’t
We look at the "reproducibility crisis" in science, with a cancer researcher discovering something he didn't expect while experimenting with MELK...
The course to science stardom
April 2, 2018
At least 10 CSHL Courses alumni have gone on to win a Nobel Prize, while others have become leaders of major scientific institutions...
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Meetings & Courses Program: 'Biology & Genomics of Social Insects'
May 5 - 8, 2018 Recent advances in social insects, with an emphasis on new findings made possible by the sequencing of the genomes and transcriptomes.
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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