A look at the class matriculating in 2014.
Lital Chartarifsky, a former URP, and her journey to neuroscience research.
Student Maria Nattestad looks to develop a fast and accurate way of putting short DNA sequences back together into the long, linear sequences.
Student Georgi Yordanov looks to study how cancer cells communicate with the normal cells surrounding them in a tumor.
11 students graduate from the Watson School of Biological Sciences.
Watson School celebrates its 15th classes graduation, and Dr. Richard Burgess is awarded an honorary degree
The Watson School of Biological Sciences at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory celebrated its 10th commencement
Two historians of science are shedding new light on the nominations leading up to the 1962 Nobel prize for the DNA discovery.
CSHL President Bruce Stillman today issued a statement praising the new and outgoing deans of the Watson School of Biological Sciences.
Philanthropist Jim Simons and geneticist Jim Lupski receive honorary degrees from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory's graduate school
Greg Hannon was honored on April 15 with the 2011 North East Association of Graduate School Geoffrey Marshall Mentoring Award.
CSHL ranks first in citations among 120 doctoral programs in Biology/Integrated Biology/Integrated Biomedical Sciences.
Two Watson School professors uncover new information in unread correspondence of Francis Crick.
He has developed a novel method that harnesses the power of next-generation DNA sequencing to analyze tens of thousands of DNA samples.