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Decision Making September 16, 2020

What Happens When We Look at Art?

Recent experiments explore how we respond to different kinds of paintings.

Disease September 10, 2020

Lab in the Time of Coronavirus: "Back to School"

What does it look like to start graduate school in the middle of a pandemic? Meet the students and faculty preparing for classes and research during the upcoming academic year.

Disease August 24, 2020

Curious Minds: How do Proteins Tangle in the Brain?

A project exploring how proteins turn toxic in the brain brings together two undergraduates with a passion for science

Computation August 17, 2020

The Computer in Your Head

For physicist-turned-neuroscientist Larry Abbott, brain cells act a lot like circuits. His research reveals the mental computations that underlie thought.

Tools & Technology July 21, 2020

Lab in the Time of Coronavirus Podcast: "Digital Defense"

PhD students share stories about defending their theses during the pandemic.

Lab in the Time of Coronavirus Podcast: "Masks Come Clean"

Researchers put to the test procedures for cleaning N95 face masks at home, using common appliances that generate heat.

June 29, 2020

Community During Crisis

In the face of crisis, our Zuckerman Institute community at Columbia has found new ways to come together: to combat COVID-19, publish new discoveries and take a stand against racism.

Movement June 24, 2020

Columbia Neuroscientist Rui Costa Joins International Consortium to Decode How the Brain Moves the Body

Emory University-led effort to develop innovative technologies; deepen understanding of movement in both health and disease.

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