Vaughan, Director of Magnetic Resonance Research at Columbia, designs and builds the MRI systems that produce high-resolution images of anatomical, metabolic and physiological systems and functions.
To understand the workings of an enormously complex brain, it’s sometimes best to look at a simpler one. Rudy Behnia, whose research centers on vision, studies fruit flies for just that reason.
Below the Dead Sea, between Israel, Jordan and Palestinian territories, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory researchers have found evidence of a drought that has no precedent in human experience.
Columbia University chemist Xiaoyang Zhu has been named a Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellow by the U.S. Department of Defense in support of his research, which aims to develop new design principles for future semiconductors that are defect-tolerant.