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The machine that built all living things—and itself
The ribosome—a huge molecule that translates a cell's genetic code into protein—has been thoroughly scrutinized for over 70 years. It still holds many secrets, which is why structural biologist Sebastian Klinge has dedicated his career to understanding what makes ribosomes tick.
COVID-19 research at Rockefeller
Learn about Rockefeller’s efforts to combat COVID-19 and what you can do to help.
Meet our scientists: Daniel Kronauer
Kronauer studies evolution in insect societies at the level of the gene, brain, individual, and colony.
Summer research program for high-schoolers
Applications to our Summer Science Research Program are now open for all high school students, aged 16 and older. From June 26 through August 10, students will spend about 35 hours per week engaging in on-campus, mentored activities designed to promote a deepened understanding of biomedical research and its relationship with society. Submit your application by January 6, 2023 at 11:59 p.m.
Summer undergraduate fellowship
The Chemers Neustein Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program provides a unique opportunity for undergraduates to conduct research in a Rockefeller laboratory under the direct supervision of our world-class faculty, postdoctoral fellows, or senior graduate students. The program runs for 10 weeks from early June through mid-August. Submit your application by February 1, 2023.
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