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The study found that "far ultraviolet C" (far-UVC) light could kill airborne flu virus particles in a lab setting that was designed to be similar to a public space.
According to David Brenner, director of the Center for Radiological Research, depending on the size of the bomb, everyone within a half mile from the epicenter of the blast would die immediately.
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From a research campus in Irvington on the former estate of a son of Alexander Hamilton, Columbia University Medical Center researchers aim to investigate a new treatment for pancreatic cancer.
- January 1, 2018
Dr. Igor Shuryak, assistant professor at the CRR, recently published a paper, considering the possibility of using bacteria to help protect humans and the environment from chronic ionizing radiation.
- December 21, 2017
The CRR would like to congratulate our Associate Director Dr. Tom Hei on being awarded the Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) Honors Causa from Amity University.
- November 1, 2017
The CRR congratulates Dr. Micaela Cunha as one of the four early career scientists awarded a postdoctoral fellowship by the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRI for Space Health).
- August 21, 2017
Dr. Vladimir N. Ivanov and Dr. Jinhua Wu from the CRR recently published their research on cell death by combined treatment of cannabidiol, γ-radiation and small molecule inhibitors in Oncotarget.