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The Rockefeller University is a world-renowned center for research and graduate education in the biomedical sciences, chemistry, bioinformatics and physics.
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Navigating fruit flies do not have the luxury of GPS, but they do have a kind of neural compass. In a new study from the , researchers found that the animals decide which way to turn by comparing this internal compass needle to a fixed goal.
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that Rockefeller used to have its own glassblowing shop? We love these c. 1965 photos of one of the technicians creating a custom piece.
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NYT Science Jul 18
By following his own path, Mitchell Feigenbaum uncovered a pattern of chaos that is universal in math and in nature.
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Rockefeller University Jul 18
, a recent graduate from the , has been awarded this year’s Prize for Creative Innovation by a Graduate Student. Congratulations!
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Rockefeller University Jul 18
"Instead of observational studies, most nutrition scientists would rather see experimental studies like those performed by the late Dr. Jules Hirsch." Read more about the late Dr. Hirsch's studies at Rockefeller in this piece:
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JCellBiol Jul 17
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Rockefeller University Jul 17
Remembering Mitchell Feigenbaum, who we lost earlier this month.
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Lasker Foundation Jul 15
Robert Bruce Merrifield was born in 1921. He received a  for introducing a new concept for the total synthesis of complicated molecules such as polypeptides, proteins, and enzymes.  
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Rockefeller University Jul 15
and Jeff Friedman studies the molecular mechanisms that regulate food intake and body weight. Watch him discuss his research and life as a scientist at Rockefeller.
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Rockefeller University Jul 11
“Snowball’s style is like any human who would go out regularly to a nightclub.” Rockefeller's comments on the amazing dance skills of Snowball the cockatoo in this piece.
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Rockefeller University Jul 9
Congratulations to our very own Priya Rajasethupathy! She was chosen as one of twenty annual scientists to receive the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.
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Rockefeller University Jul 9
Drugs known as potentiators alleviate some symptoms of . Researchers in the recently figured out how these compounds work—a finding that may lead to better drugs that patients can more easily afford.
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Rockefeller University Jul 8
The KL2 Clinical Scholars program is currently accepting applications for July 2020 enrollment. Find deadlines, requirements, and more on our website.
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Rockefeller University Jul 2
Sadly, our colleague Mitchell Feigenbaum has died. A mathematical physicist, his groundbreaking work on deterministic chaos influenced fields ranging from cardiology to cartography. He was an unforgettable presence, and we will miss him greatly.
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Rockefeller University Jul 2
A new study from the identifies a group of neurons deep in the lower brainstem that can overcome deep anesthesia. The rousing powers of these cells stem from their vast connectivity to other wakefulness areas in the brain.
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Rockefeller University Jul 2
Tickets are now available for the 2019-2020 Peggy Rockefeller Concert Series. See performances by , , , and more.
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Rockefeller University Jul 1
Rockefeller's has been named a 2019 Rita Allen Foundation Scholar for her work on the origin and evolution of novel genes. Congratulations!
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NPR Jul 1
For the first time, scientists say they've created living, three-dimensional models of human embryos, which could lead to new ways to treat infertility and prevent miscarriages, birth defects and other diseases.
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Rockefeller University Jul 1
Researchers in the and have created a new 3D model of human embryonic tissue that promises to shed light on critical components of development—including processes that go awry during pregnancy complications.
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Rockefeller University Jun 28
4 years, 19 steel modules, and 135,600 square feet of new open-plan lab space later, Rockefeller's new is open for business! Don’t miss this amazing from showing how it all came together.
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