Researchers have found a genetic signature located exclusively in the nerve cells that supply, or innervate, the muscles of an organism’s outermost extremities: the hands and feet.
Though artists and scientists may sometimes speak different languages, there is much they can learn from each other.
Why is the young brain so good at learning language?
The Society for Neuroscience honored Thomas M. Jessell, PhD, with its highest award, reserved for scientists whose outstanding research has advanced the entire field.
New partnership aimed at bringing new educational opportunities to schools and community centers across upper Manhattan and the Bronx.
Columbia University President Lee C. Bollinger today announced that two Columbia University Medical Center doctors will lead a new community Wellness Center.
Columbia-led research finds adolescents’ ability to remember is closely linked to reward-learning behavior.
A Q&A with Joseph Gogos, MD, PhD.