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On-site Programming

Elementary school students discover the wonders of the brain at a recent Saturday Science.

Explore Science With Us

We normally host a variety of hands-on brain science programs in the Jerome L. Greene Science Center, located at 609 W 129th St. Designed with feedback from the community, these programs harness the groundbreaking research of the Institute in creative ways for school children, families, after-school groups and adults. Please see below for a list of our current on-site programs.

Much of our on-site programming has been suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit our main Public Programs page for a list of online programming, as well as virtual resources for students, families and adults.

Featured videos

Brain Awareness Week at Columbia's Zuckerman Institute

BioBus and Columbia's Zuckerman Institute: Connecting Kids to the Wonders of Brain Science

Learning from Experience: How our brains remember the past and shape our future

Brain Insight Lecture, Featuring Daphna Shohamy, PhD, Zuckerman Institute Principal Investigator and Columbia Associate Professor of Psychology

Can Children Save the Lives of Their Parents in the Throes of Stroke?

Brain Insight Lecture, Featuring Olajide Williams, MD, Associate Professor of Neurology at Columbia University Medical Center

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