Materials science is on the verge of a transformative leap that will alter the entire creation cycle. Increased computing power and modeling coupled with breakthroughs in AI and machine learning have dramatically enhanced data analysis of experimental research. Above, DNA-programmable assembly of 3D-ordered materials from functional nanoparticles. Illustration: Oleg Gang
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The artist-in-residence program at Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute gives visual artists time to forge interactions with scientists working on the brain, the senses, perception, learning and memory.
Findings reveal potential new strategy for treating people diagnosed with schizophrenia.
Columbia study demonstrates unmatched flexibility of the growing brain; offers insight into children’s remarkable ability to learn language
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