Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
The Kavli Foundation
Human study suggests lateral orbitofrontal cortex as promising target for therapeutic brain stimulation to treat intractable depression.
The scientists show that the genes expressed by a particular cell type can vary across species, and between individuals.
A recent multi-institutional study, led by Rockefeller scientists, has produced a new blueprint of the Aedes aegypti genome.
Among the winners, stories on male contraception, the complicated legacy of a panda, and the environmental hazards of toxic algae and invasive mussels.
Direct recordings of human brain activity link memory, emotion and anxiety during bouts of low mood.
A former leader at the Wellcome Trust, HHMI/Janelia and CZI to manage the Foundation’s portfolio of science programs.
Researchers at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience may have just uncovered key aspects of how the brain controls posture.
Columbia scientists reveal new details of how a naturally occurring hormone can boost memory in aging mice, laying the groundwork for staving off this form of memory loss in people.
Featuring Zuckerman Institute Principal Investigator Michael Shadlen, MD, PhD
Metasurface optics manipulate light in a finely controllable way using carefully designed microscopic structures on an otherwise flat surface.