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HSI: Urbano Conference

HSI:Urbano Conference at The City College of New York, May 23-25

NSF-Sponsored Hispanic Student Achievement Conference, May 23 through May 25 Read More »
CCNY vintage postcard exhibit

Wish you were here! CCNY postcards from the past

Starting Wednesday, April 18 through May 29, 2018, the City College Archives at The City College of New York will exhibit more than 120 historic postcards collected by Dalton Whiteside, a CCNY architecture student, Certified CCNY Architectural/Historical Tour Guide and Archives Research Assistant at City College. Read More »
Neuro-oncologist Dr. Robert Darnell is guest lecturer at Levine-de Beer Lecture

Physician and genome expert Robert Darnell is Levine-de Beer speaker at CCNY, March 21

Robert B. Darnell, MD, PhD, considered one of the world’s leaders in translational medical science, will be the speaker at The City College of New York’s annual Louis Levine-Gabriella de Beer Lecture in Genetics on March 21. Read More »
The Robert E. Marshak Science Building

Division of Science at CCNY receives $5.3M anonymous gift

The City College of New York’s Division of Science announces a new $5.3 million gift for the Program for Graduate Studies in the Sciences and Undergraduate Scholarships in Science and Mathematics. The gift comes from an alumnus of the Division of Science. The generosity of this gift will have a lasting impact, providing students from diverse backgrounds with access to world-class researchers, and in turn, inspiring scientific leaders of tomorrow. Read More »
PIRE Project PhD Researchers

CCNY leads four-nation NSF-funded complex fluids project

A five-year research project on complex fluids with potential for transformative scientific discoveries in industries from petro-chemical to cosmetics is underway at The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering.  Funded by a $5.2 million National Science Foundation grant, the initiative includes 11 partner institutions in France, Germany and Norway. Possible outcomes of the research include: Read More »
Yiannis Andreopoulos

CCNY engineers partner DRPILLA and Mayor’s Office in wind research study

Funded by a $563,000 grant from the New York City Mayor's Office of Recovery and Resilience, City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering is helping study the effects of hurricane strength winds on certain buildings under various climate change scenarios. Its partners include the structural engineering firm DRPILLA and the New York City Department of Buildings. Read More »
Mahesh_ChemCatChem_molecule research

Project at CCNY helps assemble complex molecules

Nucleosides are fundamental building blocks of genetic material which makes them attractive for a number of biologically relevant applications and as potential pharmaceuticals. At The City College of New York, scientists are developing facile methods for modifying nucleoside structures to make chemical processes more efficient.  Mahesh Lakshman, professor in City College’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, leads a team that has developed easy access to relatively complex nucleoside analogues.  Read More »
Martina Delle Donna lead author of paper on barriers for male victims of sexual assault

Timely CCNY research on barriers for male victims of sexual violence

As the #metoo conversation continues, another group of victims is being recognized: men. A recently published paper in the American Journal of Men’s Health shows that some men who have experienced sexual violence are hesitant to speak out or seek help. Read More »
Alexander Khanikaev CCNY Photonics Grove School of Engineering

Top photonics breakthrough by CCNY researcher

One day soon your camera phone lens could be even thinner and flatter. Satellites could be smaller. Your laptop could stay cooler and your battery last longer. Diseases could be detected earlier. All thanks to breakthroughs in topological photonics research being done by a team of researchers led by Alex Khanikaev, associate professor in the Grove School of Engineering at The City College of New York.   Read More »
George John cancer_Imaging

CCNY-led team develops cancer imaging aid from horse chestnuts

Research at The City College of New York shows that cancer imaging can be simplified by a photonic process utilizing molecules derived from horse chestnuts. Read More »

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