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Tools & Technology January 25, 2022

Columbia Research Exploring How AI Can Hear One Voice Among Many Receives Honor

Engineering society gives award to impactful, pioneering work that could help lead to brain wave-reading hearing aids.

Tools & Technology December 22, 2021

Meet Mike Haeser

How did a life at sea lead an engineer to neuroscience? Meet Mike Haeser, Director of District Energy Systems for Manhattanvile Operations, at Columbia University Facilities and Operations.

Tools & Technology November 10, 2021

Meet Abbas Rizvi

How did a space-exploring father inspire his son to investigate the brain? Meet Abbas Rizvi, PhD, associate research scientist.

Tools & Technology September 23, 2021

New Map of Mouse Spinal Cord Provides a Reference for Science and Disease

3-D atlas of the entire mouse spinal cord may help reveal how the nerve cells there work and how to repair them

News June 3, 2021

Collaboration is Essential for Answering Big Questions of the Brain, Leaders and Funders Advise

Joint symposium between Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute and Mount Sinai’s Friedman Brain Institute highlights the importance of building partnerships in neuroscience.

Disease May 11, 2021

Lab in the Time of Coronavirus Podcast: "One Year In"

Meet the leaders who shepherded science through a challenging year

Disease February 22, 2021

Lab in the Time of Coronavirus Podcast: "Building a Better Antibody"

Meet a protein aficionado working on a new way to treat COVID-19.

Tools & Technology January 15, 2021

Scientists Paint Multicolor Atlas of Worm Nerve Cells

A new technique developed by Columbia researchers helps tease out the dynamics of neural networks in the nervous system of microscopic worms

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.

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