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David C. Gadsby, who studied electrical impulses in cells, dies



Scientists find new clues about how the body stores fat


Scientists identify genetic factors that may cause some people to become obese


Inside the brains of hungry worms, researchers find clues about how they hunt

When looking for food, the roundworm C. elegans 搜索长达20分钟,在比较远的地方尝试运气ITS之前同一地区。对蠕虫的大脑新的研究解释了如何ESTA在分子和细胞水平的行为辨正。

The long-neglected culprit of Alzheimer's 


Fall search for new faculty has yielded 10 finalists

The annual “open search” process for tenure-track faculty draws on the expertise of the entire university community.

Researchers discover a weakness in a rare cancer that could be exploited with drugs


New online resource brings science outreach to a broader audience

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New findings could make mosquitoes more satisfied—and safer to be around


Lysin therapy offers new hope for fighting drug-resistant bacteria


Recent Awards and Honors

Albert J. Libchaber

Albert J. Libchaber named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

November 26, 2019

Libchaber is recognized for his contributions to the field of experimental condensed matter physics.

Two Rockefeller Scientists honored with NIH Director’s Awards

October 1, 2019

Brian T. Chait and Erich D. Jarvis received the NIH Director’s Transformative Research Award for high-risk, high-reward research. Read more about the awards here.

More awards and honors

Rockefeller in the News

The New York Times

A neuroscientist, Bruce McEwen showed how an unrelenting barrage of stress hormones can break down the body, leading to disease, depression, obesity and more.

Quanta Magazine

“在人类的大脑,神经胶质细胞的丰富的神经元都是。但我们知道幅度较小订单关于他们做什么,比我们知道的关于神经元,说:” Shai Shaham, a professor of cell biology at the Rockefeller University who focuses on glia.

The Scientist


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