The Lab has all sorts of social stuff going on. Young adults interested in science can attend in summer, we have been to interesting music events, and a constant is the tour of the whole laboratory. The CSL has a newsletter that one can sign up for on e-mail and it lists what's happening. Walking around the property is very... 更多
I work here, so I see several people coming in I recommend to go to the website and come with one of the campus tours look at the calendar of events , there are several public lectures , concerts and other events please note this is a working research laboratory, not an attraction! don't expect to just walk into the... 更多
Strolling the grounds of this famous laboratory in Cold Spring Harbor you can only imagine what fabulous minds have developed in this lab. You can take a guided tour of the facility and learn many interesting facts. There are educational opportunities available for children and adults.
So you're attending a "tour" of the replica of the oldest mummified human being led around by one who is reading from note cards and from the same wall plaques you can read from and cannot answer the most simplest archaeological questions. Like how about a correct definition of mummification? How was the age determined? I saw this on Nova... 更多
The lab is located on an amazing piece of property, with beautiful views. It's nice to walk and admire the architecture, then stroll along the peninsula beach. There are many educational programs for children and adults.
When I was a biology teacher on LI, NY (before retiring) we would take our biology classes on field trips to the Dolan Learning Center, a part of CSH Labs, to participate in a DNA experiment. That was always a high point in the lab part of our course. My colleague & I also attended the CSH Lecture Series for... 更多
Wonderful place to visit to learn about research and discoveries in the fields of biology/biotechnology among others. Let your mind soar and learn from the world's best scientists in their respective fields.
We went to the main campus to see the labs and walk around. Nobody to be found to ask for information. Empty buildings. We walked around for a bit and made some funny pictures with the statues. Nice beach but not so clean water. Nice to walk around but we didn't learn anything about the place !!
This is a revered,distinguished place of discovery and inquiry.The 2 previous reviews are incorrect.The writers obviously never read The Double Helix.It was JAMES Watson, not John,along with Francis Crick, who discovered the helical structure of DNA in England, not here.Barbara McClintock was brilliant, but worked with chromasomes.But they couldn't have done it without Rosalind Franks diffraction pics,which Watson kind of... 更多