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Hard practice pays off. CSHL’s choir performs the WSBS alma mater, while we look at the community they’ve built around music.
The CSHL choir is a cherished tradition, bringing song to some of the Lab’s most important occasions. Learn more about the history of this storied group.
The Watson School of Biological Sciences held its 16th commencement, with seven researchers graduating with doctoral degrees.
Current discoveries about DNA and human genome position CSHL scientists to make life-changing breakthroughs that will improve the human condition.
From pioneering eukaryotic gene regulation to directing cancer research, here are the alumni being awarded honorary Doctor of Science degrees.
This year, Watson School celebrates the 20th anniversary of its first entering class and looks back at some notable alumni from over the years.
Seven students were awarded Ph.D. degrees from Watson School this May. Here, they reflect on their time at the Laboratory as they look to the future.
CSHL plant scientists are looking for solutions to the biggest questions in agriculture as environments are reshaped by climate change.
Researchers have identified an enzyme called Phlpp2 as an attractive drug target for treating prostate cancer.
CSHL celebrates the achievements of the late Dr. John Cairns, lab director from 1963 to 1968.
Molecular biologist Doreen Ware uses computer science to parse out the genetic roadmaps of plants.
Unexpected interactions between mutations can be a thorn in the side for plant breeders. Scientists unveil what drove one infamous “cryptic” mutation.
CSHL plant scientist Ullas Pedmale details how plants sense the world we share.
Dr. Andrea Schorn joins CSHL faculty as research assistant professor. Her focus is exploring transposable elements in the genome of mammalian cells.
When artistic expression meets gene expression, how well does art imitate life? Take our five-question science IQ quiz to find out.
Quantitative biologists discuss how physics, modern computing power, and a new perspective on biology can make sense of our complex genomes.
CSHL announced a licensing agreement with partner Inari, a company that is advancing plant breeding by tapping nature’s genetic diversity.
CSHL Professor Rob Martienssen wins the 2019 Martin Gibbs Medal for his contributions to plant biology.