Rockefeller has the highest percentage of frequently cited scientific publications among 842 leading universities worldwide, according to a survey created by the Center for Science and Technology Studies of Leiden University. The ranking is based on publications indexed in a Thomson Reuters database between 2011 and 2014.
Since its inception in 2014, the Robertson Therapeutic Development Fund has supported translational research projects in 35 different labs. The fund gives Rockefeller scientists resources to develop basic research discoveries into new medical therapies, diagnostics, and devices. A request for proposals for the next round of funding will be issued in June.
The 19.1 million-pound steel skeleton will be hoisted into place from barges in the East River during the early morning hours this summer.
Get ready for the annual workplace health event, a feature of the university’s wellness program, which begins May 25 and takes participants on a virtual global journey.
When complete, the revamped website will better advance the university’s strategic communication goals and will be easily navigable across a variety of different devices.
IT has unveiled its inventory dashboard and support matrix, two resources it hopes will help streamline the way labs and departments manage their technology purchases, and better plan software updates.
The Tri-Institutional Therapeutics Discovery Institute is expanding its scope to support the development of antibody therapies, which are successfully used to treat a growing list of diseases.
Last month, many Rockefeller employees received emails embedded with malicious code in what turned out to be an unusually dangerous “ransomware” attack. Here’s what we should all be doing to keep our devices and our data safe from harm.
Rockefeller’s Board of Trustees has initiated the process of identifying and recruiting the university’s next president. A committee of trustees and faculty members, who held their first meeting last week, will lead the search.
Last month, over 400 researchers from institutions within New York City and surrounding areas converged on Rockefeller’s campus to discuss the latest in human genetics. Spearheaded by professor Jean-Laurant Casanova, the goal of these biannual meetings is to strengthen the interactions between local scientists in the field.