Thousands more people could die from injuries each year as rising temperatures in the United States affect people’s behavior, according to a new Columbia study.
Columbia scientists have identified a brain circuit that drives fruit flies’ ability to see in color — and found that it bears a striking resemblance to the circuitry behind our own capacity for color vision.
What can a fish tell us about the brain and our senses? At Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute, two labs with different expertise have teamed up to find out.
Researchers at Columbia University and the University of California San Diego have introduced a “multi-messenger” approach to quantum physics that signifies a technological leap in how scientists can explore quantum materials.
If you could see the brain at work in a living creature, imagine what you could discover about biology’s most fundamental processes. For Zuckerman Institute researchers, this is not a dream, but reality.