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Tools & Technology November 13, 2023

Zuckerman Scientists Merge Art and AI in Venice

Zenna Tavares meshes interactive storytelling and artificial intelligence at the Venice Biennale

News October 10, 2023

Alan Kanzer Sponsors Unique, New Postdoctoral Program

Gift to support world-class postdoctoral scientists pursuing bold approaches to the study of mind, brain and behavior

September 28, 2023

Meet Joshua Barber

What can we learn about the brain from aquatic animals? Meet Joshua Barber, Senior Manager of Aquatic & Reptilian Life.

Learning & Memory September 27, 2023

How an Audience Changes a Songbird’s Brain

As a zebra finch becomes single-minded about impressing a possible mate, dopamine-releasing brain cells reflect his intentions

Tools & Technology September 26, 2023

Columbia Microscopy Innovators Aim to Reveal Brain’s Vast Wiring Diagram

Researchers join massive new BRAIN CONNECTS consortium within National Institutes of Health’s BRAIN Initiative

Computation September 14, 2023

Verbal Nonsense Reveals Limitations of AI Chatbots

In a new study, researchers tracked how current language models, such as ChatGPT, mistake nonsense sentences as meaningful. Can these AI flaws open new windows on the brain?

News September 13, 2023

Meet Nour El Houda Mimouni

How does this scientist tackle overlooked women's health issues? Meet Nour El Houda Mimouni, PhD, a postdoctoral research scientist in the Marlin lab.

News September 6, 2023

Meet Grace Shin

How did a postdoc harness the power of community during the pandemic? Meet Grace Shin, PhD, a former associate research scientist in the Grueber Lab.

News August 23, 2023

Meet Marlon Lowe

How did working with a veterinarian lead this animal care expert to research? Meet Marlon Lowe, Senior Director of Husbandry Operations at Columbia's Zuckerman Institute.

News August 17, 2023

Brain Research Apprenticeships for Teens Celebrate 10 Years

The BRAINYAC program at Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute has opened pathways to science for nearly 170 high school students

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