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Infants exposed to Zika virus in-utero aren't the only ones at risk of brain damage from the virus. Researchers at The Rockefeller University and La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology believe the virus can

New York Citys Dirt Could Contain Medicinal Microbes The soil in New York City parks contains genetic evidence of bacteria that could potentially be used in new antibiotics anti-cancer treatments and other natural therapeutics according to new research from Rockefeller University. Photo: Rockefeller University

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Winning Entries from the 2016 Nikon Macro Photo Contest Offer Fascinating Perspective of the World

Lab Profile: Luciano Marraffini - Laboratory of Bacteriology. The Rockefeller University's Luciano Marraffini is interested in understanding how bacteria evolve by incorporating DNA sequences from other bacteria or from the environment into their genomes. His research focuses on the mechanisms that control the traffic of DNA molecules between bacteria.

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Nothing Smells Rotten in Leslie B. Vosshall’s Compost Pail

Leslei B. Vosshall: Scientist and roll model for Women in science. She works at the Rockefeller University in New York City. Read the article: Nothing Smells Rotten in Leslie B. Vosshall’s Compost Pail - The New York Times

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from Curbed NY

See how Rockefeller University's modular expansion took shape over the FDR

The Rafael Viñoly-designed expansion will stand two-stories tall and stretch three blocks, standing adjacent to the university’s current campus. It will be known as The Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Research Building.

from Curbed NY

See Rockefeller University's modular expansion as it's lowered into place

Rockefeller University’s FRD-topping expansion is happening. This week the first of its modular components started being lowered into place.