Hot coffee or cold brew? Pizza or pasta for dinner? These are the decisions that guide our every day lives. What computations do our brains make when weighing these choices?
New SCAPE 2.0 system can serve as a critical tool to advance science and medicine.
As part of Chan Zuckerberg Initiative's newly formed Seed Networks for the Human Cell Atlas, Columbia team will work to advance broad-scale efforts to treat spinal cord injury and disease.
An international team of researchers demonstrates that our brain need only perform a few lightning-fast statistical calculations to detect key properties of unknown objects.
Columbia engineers develop new AI technology that amplifies correct speaker from a group; breakthrough could lead to better hearing aids.
Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute hosts gathering of leading neuroscientists from across the country
Advanced imaging technologies observe one brain area’s ability to rapidly sense our surroundings; lays groundwork for improvements to machine learning and robotics.
Columbia team harnesses powerful high-speed, 3D SCAPE microscope to uncover never-before-seen details of the fruit fly nervous system, demonstrating SCAPE’s broad potential to decipher the brain.
Advance marks critical step toward brain-computer interfaces that hold immense promise for those with limited or no ability to speak.