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How to Listen to One Brain Cell at a Time

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Photo of a rat neuron filled with an agent.

A rat neuron filled with an agent that allows researchers like Carl Schoonover to better understand how our brains work.

Credit: Carl Schoonover / Bruno Laboratory / Department of Neuroscience, Columbia University


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Photo of Carl Schoonover, a doctoral candidate in Columbia University's Department of Neuroscience.

Carl Schoonover, a doctoral candidate in the Bruno Laboratory within the Department of Neuroscience at Columbia University.

Credit: Michael Gaebler


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