New research from two young scientists shows how the brains of flies, like the brains of humans, create the mental illusion of color.
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.
If you could see the brain at work in a living creature, imagine what you could discover about the biology’s most fundamental processes. For postdoctoral research scientist Wenze Li, PhD, and graduate student Rebecca Vaadia, this is not a dream, but reality.