Research: Generates knowledge that will yield better diagnostics and treatments for cancer, neurological diseases and other major diseases, and that will lead to improved and more diverse food resources and more efficient biofuels.
Watson School of Biological Sciences: Trains the next generation of scientists through an innovative Ph.D. program and other educational offerings.
Meetings and Courses: Brings together more than 11,000 scientists each year from around the world to present and evaluate new data and ideas in biological research.
Banbury Center: Provides a crossroads where scientists discuss important topics in molecular biology, human genetics and science policy, among others.
DNA Learning Centers: Educates the public about genetics through the nation’s first science centers dedicated to this purpose.
CSHL Press: Publishes invaluable materials for the worldwide scientific community and the public.
CSHL has been home to eight Nobel Prize winners, including Dr. James Watson, co-discoverer of DNA’s double helix.
Consistently ranked #1 for impact in molecular biology and genetics by Thomson Reuters.
National Cancer Institute (NCI) - designated Cancer Center for over 25 years, with NCI “outstanding” rating.