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“Quartzy it.” That’s a new term Mariela Flambury, divisional administrator for Columbia’s Motor Neuron Center, predicts will be commonly used among laboratory researchers ordering reagents for use in research.

Papers of the family of George Huntington (1850-1916), an 1871 graduate of P&S, were donated by his great-granddaughter, Elizabeth Lominska Johnson, to the Columbia University Health Sciences Library’s Archives & Special Collections in a ceremony at the Library on June 21, 2010....

In his novel, “And Evil Shall Come,” Paul Ellner, Ph.D., describes a frightening scenario. Al Qaeda has set up a factory in a remote part of the Sand Hills of Nebraska, a huge region of barren prairieland. With the help of a corrupt Nebraska senator, the fanatical group is able to...

By Katie Rosenwasser’13
Of all the stories my dad has told me about experiences with his P&S friends, the one that resonated the most was his trip to Africa in the late 1980s, culminating with a climb to the roof of the continent. When it was my turn to decide how to spend my...