New book on Cell Survival and Cell Death from CSHLPress
Written and edited by experts in the field, this collection from Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Medicine covers all aspects of PTEN biology and its roles in human diseases.
Cellular pores, once impossible to see, have been imaged for the first time. This sets the stage for new discoveries about blood pressure and pain.
Assistant Professor Michael Lukey joins the CSHL faculty, studying metabolic reprogramming events in cancer.
Large holes in our cells have been implicated in depression, Alzehimer’s disease, asthma, and even taste. Now, we know what two of these pores look like.
The book examines the wide variety of statistical approaches that can be used for data analysis, emphasizing concepts such as significance and reproducibility.
Nautilus, an award-winning science magazine, has partnered with CSHL to bring the story of the lab’s scientists and research to a brand-new audience.
Nobel laureate and cancer researcher William Kaelin holds a seminar on his award-winning research at CSHL.
Scientists at CSHL examine the structure of a norovirus under the cryo-electron microscope.
Since the Hershey and Chase experiment, scientists have expanded their understanding of viruses. Measure your viral knowledge with our science quiz!
The natural history of science at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory through the lens of animal research.
Animals have been the muses behind major scientific breakthroughs for ages. See how much you know about the living organisms sharing the Earth with us.
Researchers reveal how pancreatic cancer cells adapt to the low energy environment of a tumor.