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Researchers at the Columbia University Medical Center have been able to turn human stem cells into working lung and airway cells. This is the first time that this has ever been done. Some Pre Med kid must be crying with joy. (CUMC Newsroom)

Here are some cool letters to the editor. What are they about? Oh we can’t talk about it. (NYT)

Dr. Anupama Rao, a history teacher at Columbia University, was able to track down a taxi in India, (in which she left a shit ton of money) with just a toll ticket. She should teach a “What to do when you are freaking out because you lost everything in a taxi” class. (Bangalore Mirror)

Columbia’s Journalism School and Columbia’s Department of Surgery host radio shows on BlogTalkRadio. Why pay thousands of dollars to attend school here, when you can just listen to it online, for free? (BlogTalkRadio)

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous my roommate was actually crying for joy about the stem cells thing this morning. at least i felt less nerdy.

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