Pioneering study points to promising avenues for minimizing sugar cravings and potentially reducing incidence of obesity and diabetes.
Columbia study in mice shows how special cells in nose help the brain to distinguish between world’s near-infinite combinations of scents.
Do the experiences of your father leave a mark on your genes? Can trauma be passed down from generation to generation?
Year-long program embeds award-winning painter, jazz musician and author with scientists studying the mind, the brain and behavior.
Columbia-led study in mice maps brain circuitry that enables a single pheromone to drive both innate and learned sexual behaviors
Findings lay groundwork for mapping mechanisms of color vision; could inspire future technologies for those with vision impairments.
A Q&A with Nathaniel Sawtell, Larry Abbott and Salomon Muller.