Submitted by Danielle Smith on Wed, 15 Jul 2015, 12:12pm

WKCR programmer Danielle Smith sits down with Professor Rafael Yuste, a professor of the biological sciences and neuroscience at Columbia University, to explore the current state of neurotechnology. Professor Yuste is the director of the newly founded Neurotechnology Center at Columbia University, a coalition of interdisciplinary labs dedicated to innovating advances in neurotechnology and leads research there concerning neuroimaging. In this interview with Smith, Professor Yuste discusses why there ought to be a shift from studying individual neurons to groups of neurons, current and emmerging neurotechnologies, and the interdisciplinary nature of the field of neuroscience.

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Tuesday, July 14, 2015
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