A new tool developed at Columbia's Mailman School of Public Health that measures how fast someone is aging could help epidemiologists understand the factors driving accelerated aging in vulnerable populations.
The Knight First Amendment Institute proposes legal protection for certain research and news-gathering projects focused on social media platforms.
Tessa Montague, a postdoc in Richard Axel’s lab at Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute, studies the neural basis of camouflage in cuttlefish, a cephalopod related to squid and octopuses. Columbia News recently spoke with Montague about what she hopes to learn from a creature that hides in plain sight by changing the patterns on its skin, and what goes into creating new tools for studying the brain of an emerging model organism.
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