A new study on how the brain processes language may help scientists better understand autism spectrum disorder, schizophrenia, and other neurodevelopmental communications disorders. Read more
Scientists at The Graduate Center and Brooklyn College have discovered that seasonal changes in dopamine in the female plainfin midshipman fish’s inner ear helps their hearing sensitivity grow in the summer mating season, making them better able to hear the males’ mating calls.
New research from scientists at the GC, the Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC), and CCNY has solved the mystery of how the helicase ring threads around a single DNA strand in the replication process. Read more
A new study analyzing drum sampling among artists in online communities suggests digital technology has changed the nature, but not weakened the importance, of collaboration
Babies born to mothers with prenatal depression and exposure to natual disaster-related stress are at greater risk for mood and temperament problems, says a new study Read more
In a newly published paper in the journal Breast Cancer Research, scientists at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York and Hunter College are the first to report that the MDMX protein promotes metastasis of triple-negative breast cancer. Read more
ASRC Photonics Initiative team publish a theory aimed at advancing development of optical circuitry Read more
The new program is a collaboration between the English and history departments and offered jointly with the renowned Leon Levy Center for Biography. Read more
The Ph.D. program ranks in the top 15 percent in the Mid-Atlantic region and is named one the top 20 programs in New York State.
The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation has awarded $250,000 to The Gotham Center for New York City History at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York, to establish a writing fellowship program. Read more