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How the brain recognizes familiar faces

Scientists have located two areas in the brain that help us recognize familiar faces. The discovery will help them delve deeper into the relationship between face recognition, memory, and social knowledge.

First mutant ants shed light on evolution of social behavior

Scientists disrupted a gene essential for sensing pheromones, resulting in severe deficiencies in the ants’ social behaviors and their ability to survive within a colony.

Rockefeller is a leading institution in Nature Index ranking of innovation

The ranking evaluates how research articles are cited in patents, showing the influence of research on the development of products and services.

Recent Awards and Honors

Junyue Cao

Junyue Cao honored with NIH Director’s New Innovator Award

October 5, 2021

Cao receives this grant for work using single-cell genomic methods to enable developmental mapping of entire organisms. 

Luka Mesin

Luka Mesin named Blavatnik Regional Award Finalist

September 21, 2021

Mesin, from the Victora lab, is recognized for using novel techniques to better understand how B cells mature and evolve to create antibodies to fight off pathogens.

More awards and honors

Rockefeller in the News

The New York Times

Studies touting the durability and strength of natural immunity are hobbled by one crucial flaw. They are, by definition, assessing the responses only of people who survived Covid-19. The road to natural immunity is perilous and uncertain, Dr. Nussenzweig said.

Science Friday

Sofia Landi and Winrich Freiwald, two of the authors of the report, talk about the research, and what it may tell us about how the brain and memory are organized.

The Atlantic

Jean-Laurent Casanova believes that anyone who gets severely ill or dies from COVID is “immunodeficient” by definition—even if there is no current explanation for why they fared so poorly. Researchers say that continued advances in genetic sequencing will help unravel some of that mystery.

Seek magazine

Rockefeller’s flagship publication is interested not just in scientific results, but in the people, ideas, and conversations that ignite discovery. The latest issue takes a look at how the brain’s internal states drive its remarkable ability to reach different conclusion based on the same information. Also: The latest from Rockefeller’s COVID labs, and much more.


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