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The human brain is, perhaps, the most complex organism to have evolved on this planet. Thinking about the brain raises a broad array of questions: what is the mind, what is intelligence, how does the brain discover order from complex sen...
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Sarvesh Garimella is a graduate student interested in using laboratory studies and models to understand how natural and anthropogenic aerosols affect the formation and persistence of ice and mixed-phase clouds in the atmosphere and ultim...
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Dr. Thomas Jessell of Columbia University is the winner of the 2013 Scolnick Prize in Neuroscience for his pioneering work on synaptic plasticity, the process by which the brain's connections are modified in response to experience. On Ap...
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Prof. Joseph M. Sussman presented the inaugural seminar, “Designing Processes for Understanding Complex Sociotechnical Systems: Are We There Yet?”, on Wednesday, February 6, at 4:15-5:30 pm in E25-111.
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Robert Mathis explains the science behind his beautiful image, Molecular Watercolor: Mixing Fluorescent Proteins to Label Families of Cells. Robert's image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards. See...
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Omid Veiseh, Joshua Doloff, Minglin Ma, Alan Chiu, and Arturo Vegas explain the science behind their fascinating image, Sushi Implant: Seaweed-Encapsulated Cells for Treating Diabetes. The image was selected as a winner of the...
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Vasilena Gocheva explains the science behind her striking image, Cancer Deconstructed: Investigating the Role of Non-Cancerous Cells in a Lung Tumor. Vasilena's image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards...
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