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Newly identified genetic mutation results in disability

Newly identified genetic mutation results in disability

April 20, 2018


Scientists have identified a new illness caused by a genetic mutation that gives rise to a wide range of symptoms including intellectual disability....

Revolutionary brain mapping: hundreds of neurons tracked in a week

Revolutionary brain mapping: hundreds of neurons tracked in a week

March 30, 2018


Research

Researchers used MAPseq, a revolutionary brain mapping method, to make a discovery that will force neuroscientists to rethink how areas of the cortex ...

CRISPR-based system highlights new drug targets in a deadly leukemia

CRISPR-based system highlights new drug targets in a deadly leukemia

March 26, 2018


Research

CRISPR was used to find 2 new druggable targets in a deadly leukemia...

Research 2 Cures

Research 2 Cures

March 13, 2018


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Your gift matters in the fight against disease!...

Visualizing how new DNA is born

Visualizing how new DNA is born

January 25, 2018


Research

CSHL President Bruce Stillman researches how cells are unfathomably busy making millions of copies of your DNA...

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Double Helix Medal Dinner Video, 2017

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Double Helix Medal Dinner Video, 2017

November 22, 2017


Giving Institutional

CSHL Board of Trustee, George Yancopoulos, discusses the value of basic research....

NY Governor Andrew Cuomo on investing in innovation at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

NY Governor Andrew Cuomo on investing in innovation at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

November 21, 2017


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo talks about innovation at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory during the Demerec groundbreaking....

Tom Brokaw – 2017 Double Helix Medal Recipient

Tom Brokaw – 2017 Double Helix Medal Recipient

November 17, 2017


Giving Institutional

The 12th Double Helix Medals gala was held at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City and honored Tom Brokaw....

Helen & Charles Dolan – 2017 Double Helix Medal Recipients

Helen & Charles Dolan – 2017 Double Helix Medal Recipients

November 17, 2017


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Watch a Baby Neuron Crawl its Way Along a Brain

Watch a Baby Neuron Crawl its Way Along a Brain

November 2, 2017


Research

A Halloween Treat: The Neuroscience of Fear

A Halloween Treat: The Neuroscience of Fear

November 1, 2017


Research

Public Lecture: The Changing Relationship Between Humans and Plants, It’s Complicated

Public Lecture: The Changing Relationship Between Humans and Plants, It’s Complicated

October 25, 2017


Research

Brain cell types are defined by gene activity that shapes their communication patterns

Brain cell types are defined by gene activity that shapes their communication patterns

October 20, 2017


Research

Attacking Metastatic Breast Cancer with Dark Matter (16th Women’s Partnership for Science Luncheon)

Attacking Metastatic Breast Cancer with Dark Matter (16th Women’s Partnership for Science Luncheon)

September 27, 2017


Institutional

New application of CRISPR breaks age-old yield barriers in crops

New application of CRISPR breaks age-old yield barriers in crops

September 15, 2017


Research

CSHL's Lippman lab has harnessed the untapped power of genome editing to improve agriculture! ...

CRISPR helps scientists find cancer’s (true) weaknesses

CRISPR helps scientists find cancer’s (true) weaknesses

August 23, 2017


Research

Public Lecture: Immunotherapy & Cancer – The latest research

Public Lecture: Immunotherapy & Cancer – The latest research

July 28, 2017


Research

Mouse masculinization traced to estrogen receptor in inhibitory neurons

Mouse masculinization traced to estrogen receptor in inhibitory neurons

July 27, 2017


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Open House 2017 – Breast Cancer’s Dark Matter

Open House 2017 – Breast Cancer’s Dark Matter

July 21, 2017


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Open House 2017 – Barcoding the Brain

Open House 2017 – Barcoding the Brain

July 21, 2017


Open House 2017 – Meeting Ötzi the Iceman

Open House 2017 – Meeting Ötzi the Iceman

July 21, 2017


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Open House 2017 – Demystifying GMOs

Open House 2017 – Demystifying GMOs

July 21, 2017


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What defends the genome when it’s “naked?”

What defends the genome when it’s “naked?”

July 20, 2017


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Public Lecture: Reconstructing ancient human history from DNA

Public Lecture: Reconstructing ancient human history from DNA

June 20, 2017


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Crucial stem cell protein could be new target for stopping breast cancer

Crucial stem cell protein could be new target for stopping breast cancer

June 1, 2017


Research

Fine-tuning mutant genes unleashes long-trapped potential in tomato

Fine-tuning mutant genes unleashes long-trapped potential in tomato

May 19, 2017


Research

Why is pancreatic cancer SO hard to treat? New discovery helps explain

Why is pancreatic cancer SO hard to treat? New discovery helps explain

May 16, 2017


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Mutations in “junk” DNA are tied to pancreatic cancer

Mutations in “junk” DNA are tied to pancreatic cancer

May 8, 2017


Research

What is Single-Cell Genome Viewer?

What is Single-Cell Genome Viewer?

March 31, 2017


Research

The DNA Molecule: Basepairing with James Watson

The DNA Molecule: Basepairing with James Watson

January 27, 2017


Education

In mouse model of Rett syndrome: how adult learning is impaired

In mouse model of Rett syndrome: how adult learning is impaired

January 18, 2017


Research

Relationship between incorrect chromosome number and cancer is reassessed

Relationship between incorrect chromosome number and cancer is reassessed

January 13, 2017


Research

SMA and the drug that fights it, explained

SMA and the drug that fights it, explained

December 28, 2016


Research

Gene editing yields tomatoes that flower and ripen weeks earlier

Gene editing yields tomatoes that flower and ripen weeks earlier

December 5, 2016


Research

Alan Alda – 2016 Double Helix Medal Recipient

Alan Alda – 2016 Double Helix Medal Recipient

December 2, 2016


Giving

P. Roy Vagelos, M.D. – 2016 Double Helix Medal Recipient

P. Roy Vagelos, M.D. – 2016 Double Helix Medal Recipient

December 2, 2016


Giving

The 2016 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Double Helix Medal Dinner Video

The 2016 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Double Helix Medal Dinner Video

December 2, 2016


Giving Institutional

Dr. Bruce Stillman, President, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, discusses the history of the Lab and current research in biology and genomics...

10 Years of Double Helix Medals

10 Years of Double Helix Medals

November 22, 2016


Giving

Emma’s Story: with science on her side, one little girl finds hope

Emma’s Story: with science on her side, one little girl finds hope

November 22, 2016


Research

Eugenics: A Historical Perspective – CSHL public lecture

Eugenics: A Historical Perspective – CSHL public lecture

November 10, 2016


Research

Quiescent cells brings to light the essential role of RNA interference

Quiescent cells brings to light the essential role of RNA interference

November 9, 2016


Research

Public Lecture: HIV/AIDS Research – Its History and Future

Public Lecture: HIV/AIDS Research – Its History and Future

October 27, 2016


Research

Public Lecture: Can We Upload Our Mind to the Cloud?

Public Lecture: Can We Upload Our Mind to the Cloud?

October 21, 2016


Research

Common white blood cells can be hijacked to support cancer spread

Common white blood cells can be hijacked to support cancer spread

October 19, 2016


Research

Just What is RNA Splicing?

Just What is RNA Splicing?

October 17, 2016


Research

Battling Breast Cancer: Understanding the Tumor Microenvironment

Battling Breast Cancer: Understanding the Tumor Microenvironment

September 26, 2016


Research

Revolutionary method to map the brain at single-neuron resolution is successfully demonstrated

Revolutionary method to map the brain at single-neuron resolution is successfully demonstrated

August 19, 2016


Research

Novel drug therapy kills pancreatic cancer cells by reducing levels of antioxidants

Novel drug therapy kills pancreatic cancer cells by reducing levels of antioxidants

July 29, 2016


Research

Public Lecture: Drugging an Undruggable Target — with Dr Nick Tonks

Public Lecture: Drugging an Undruggable Target — with Dr Nick Tonks

July 12, 2016


Research

Basic Science Needs Your Support

Basic Science Needs Your Support

June 28, 2016


Institutional

Dr. Bruce Stillman, President & CEO, discusses why basic research is important....

Discovery of a new X-linked intellectual disability syndrome

Discovery of a new X-linked intellectual disability syndrome

May 17, 2016


Research

New method prevents cells from prematurely halting protein production in certain genetic illnesses

New method prevents cells from prematurely halting protein production in certain genetic illnesses

May 17, 2016


Research

Unusual drug target generates exciting results in mouse models of metastatic breast cancer

Unusual drug target generates exciting results in mouse models of metastatic breast cancer

May 17, 2016


Research

Neanderthals mated with modern humans much earlier than previously thought

Neanderthals mated with modern humans much earlier than previously thought

May 17, 2016


Research

First structural views of the NMDA receptor in action will aid drug development

First structural views of the NMDA receptor in action will aid drug development

May 17, 2016


Research

Discovery of new stem cell pathway indicates route to much higher yields in maize, staple crops

Discovery of new stem cell pathway indicates route to much higher yields in maize, staple crops

May 16, 2016


Research

Public Lecture: Asking the Wrong Questions About Science Education

Public Lecture: Asking the Wrong Questions About Science Education

April 13, 2016


Research

A partnership to defeat Pancreatic Cancer – CSHL & The Lustgarten Foundation

A partnership to defeat Pancreatic Cancer – CSHL & The Lustgarten Foundation

December 9, 2015


Institutional Research

Discovering how a new leukemia drug undermines cancer cells

Discovering how a new leukemia drug undermines cancer cells

November 30, 2015


Research

2015 Double Helix Medals Dinner

2015 Double Helix Medals Dinner

November 13, 2015


Giving

2015 Double Helix Medal Recipient Anne Wojcicki

2015 Double Helix Medal Recipient Anne Wojcicki

November 12, 2015


Giving

CSHL Public Lecture: How the Lessons of DNA Transform Criminal Justice

CSHL Public Lecture: How the Lessons of DNA Transform Criminal Justice

November 12, 2015


Research

2015 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Double Helix Medal Dinner Video

2015 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Double Helix Medal Dinner Video

November 12, 2015


Giving Institutional

2015 Double Helix Medal Recipient Katie Couric

2015 Double Helix Medal Recipient Katie Couric

November 12, 2015


Giving

2015 Double Helix Medal Recipient Dr. David Botstein

2015 Double Helix Medal Recipient Dr. David Botstein

November 12, 2015


Giving

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Public Lecture: Harold Varmus, M.D.: Biomedical Research, Then & Now

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Public Lecture: Harold Varmus, M.D.: Biomedical Research, Then & Now

October 20, 2015


Research

Time lapse movie of the construction of the new Nicholls-Biondi Hall

Time lapse movie of the construction of the new Nicholls-Biondi Hall

July 30, 2015


Institutional

Science Shorts – How does Basic Research become a Cure? – June 6, 2015

Science Shorts – How does Basic Research become a Cure? – June 6, 2015

July 13, 2015


Research

Science Shorts – From Bagel Baker to Cancer Researcher

Science Shorts – From Bagel Baker to Cancer Researcher

July 13, 2015


Research

Science Shorts – Connecting the Dots in Rett Syndrome – June 6, 2015

Science Shorts – Connecting the Dots in Rett Syndrome – June 6, 2015

July 13, 2015


Research

Science Shorts – Attacking Cancer in Living Color – June 6, 2015

Science Shorts – Attacking Cancer in Living Color – June 6, 2015

July 13, 2015


Research

Seeking Out Cancer: From Early Detection to Treatment – June 17, 2015

Seeking Out Cancer: From Early Detection to Treatment – June 17, 2015

June 26, 2015


Research

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and North Shore LIJ join forces to develop cancer research and care

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and North Shore LIJ join forces to develop cancer research and care

April 14, 2015


Institutional

Mapping Social Behavior-Induced Brain Activation at Cellular Resolution in the Mouse

Mapping Social Behavior-Induced Brain Activation at Cellular Resolution in the Mouse

January 5, 2015


Research

NSF’s Science 360: Nature’s Toolkit

NSF’s Science 360: Nature’s Toolkit

December 17, 2014


Research

CSHL Double Helix Medals – Meet Mikala and Mike

CSHL Double Helix Medals – Meet Mikala and Mike

December 5, 2014


Giving

2014 Lorraine Grace Lecture on societal issues of biomedical research – IS DEATH UN-AMERICAN?

2014 Lorraine Grace Lecture on societal issues of biomedical research – IS DEATH UN-AMERICAN?

November 19, 2014


Research

2014 Double Helix Medal Recipient Matthew Meselson

2014 Double Helix Medal Recipient Matthew Meselson

November 12, 2014


Giving

2014 Double Helix Medal Recipient Marlo Thomas

2014 Double Helix Medal Recipient Marlo Thomas

November 12, 2014


Giving

2014 Double Helix Medal Recipient Andrew Solomon

2014 Double Helix Medal Recipient Andrew Solomon

November 12, 2014


Giving

“Hybrid Vigor” Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

“Hybrid Vigor” Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

September 29, 2014


Research

“Crossroads” Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

“Crossroads” Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

September 29, 2014


Research

“Penecillium” Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

“Penecillium” Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

September 29, 2014


Research

Decision-making as a window on brain function

Decision-making as a window on brain function

September 18, 2014


Research

Seedlings for Science

Seedlings for Science

July 24, 2014


Education

BIG DATA: How biological data science can improve our health, foods & energy – June 18, 2014

BIG DATA: How biological data science can improve our health, foods & energy – June 18, 2014

June 27, 2014


Research

CSHL Assistant Professor Mikala Egeblad, Ph.D. – Cancer Public Lecture

CSHL Assistant Professor Mikala Egeblad, Ph.D. – Cancer Public Lecture

April 14, 2014


Research

CSHL Cancer Research & Treatment Update

CSHL Cancer Research & Treatment Update

April 14, 2014


Research

Interview with CSHL Professor W. Richard McCombie, Ph.D.

Interview with CSHL Professor W. Richard McCombie, Ph.D.

February 24, 2014


Research

CSHL Professor W. Richard McCombie speaks at the CSHLA Genome Education Presentation

CSHL Professor W. Richard McCombie speaks at the CSHLA Genome Education Presentation

February 24, 2014


Research

Interview with CSHL Professor David J. Stewart, Ph.D.

Interview with CSHL Professor David J. Stewart, Ph.D.

February 24, 2014


Research

2013 Double Helix Medals

2013 Double Helix Medals

February 14, 2014


Giving

CSHL Professor David J. Stewart, Ph.D. speaks at the CSHLA Genome Education Presentation

CSHL Professor David J. Stewart, Ph.D. speaks at the CSHLA Genome Education Presentation

February 3, 2014


Research