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A tight vertical sequence of microscope images traces the 3D organization of a MoNNet's spheroid components and the neural fibers that connect them. (Credit: Gogos Lab | Columbia's Zuckerman Institute)

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Disease August 8, 2022

Emulating Schizophrenia in a Dish

A chance observation spawns a versatile new strategy for taking on some of humanity’s most vexing psychiatric disorders.

News August 3, 2022

Summer Pest or Scientific Marvel?

As you squash the fruit flies invading your kitchen this summer, take a moment to revere them.

Tools & Technology August 1, 2022

A Portrait of the Scientist: Amir Lawen

Meet a former tennis pro exploring how different parts of the brain work together

News July 29, 2022

Meet Arthur Uhimov

How does a science matchmaker help researchers get funding to answer deep questions about the brain?

A Portrait of the Scientist: Sharon Su

Meet a musician from Oakland studying vision

Mental Landscapes: Shaping a Fly

A new look at nerve cells linked to complicated movements that require many steps.

News July 18, 2022

2021 Year in Review

New Report Highlights Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute Activities and Achievements in 2021

Tools & Technology July 18, 2022

A Portrait of the Scientist: Elom Amematsro

Meet a sports fan from Utah using math to understand movement

Tools & Technology July 11, 2022

A Portrait of the Scientist: Albana Kodra

Meet an Italian graduate student unraveling the architecture of DNA

Computation June 29, 2022

Computer Models Mimic Brain’s Ease in Telling Faces Apart

Models that perform statistical analyses of hundreds of visual clues point the way to understanding how our brains give us the ability to distinguish faces

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