- The NeuroTechnology Center at
- Columbia University
- Biological Sciences
- 901 NWC Building,
- 550 West 120th Street,
- New York, N.Y. 10027
- 212-854-5023 phone
- 212-854-4619 fax
- Rafael Yuste email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lab Manager (Julia Sable) email: email@example.com
- Directions to Yuste Lab:
- Please come to 550 W 120th (corner with Broadway), Room 902A.
- Transportation: Take a taxi to 120th and Broadway or the bus (M4, M104, M60) to 120th and Broadway. You can also take the subway (red line #1 train) to Broadway and 116th street, which is the main entrance of Columbia, and walk up the block to 120th street.
- Once in NWC building: Enter the building at the street level, take the stairs to the café and then the escalator to the 4th floor, enter through the glass doors to your right. If the glass doors are locked, wait for someone to come in or out, or call me at 917-678-9588. Take the elevators to the 9th floor. Our lab is to the right of the elevators (room 902A, to the right of the glass enclosed area).
- Biking: Our building is 2 blocks away from Riverside Park, where you can connect with the Hudson River Waterfront Greenway. (Bike Map) The best route is to take the Greenway to the 100th street connector into the park (taking the tunnel under the highway), ride on the park to the 116th Riverside Drive entrance, then ride on Riverside Drive till 120th street and make a right on 120th street till you reach Broadway. Our building has safe on- street bike parking and you can also bring up your bike to a bike rack on our floor. If you want to do this, text me at 917-678-9588 from the entrance to the building and we will help you.
- Parking: there is normally metered street parking on 120th. Also: GMC Parking 532 W 122nd street, near corner with Broadway, 2 blocks away from our building.
- Our building is dark blue on the campus below below.
- Temporary Housing and Accommodations
- About our building's design:
- New York Times
- The New Yorker
- Design Observer
- Architect Magazine
- News @ Columbia
- Breaking Through Boundaries
- iPad NWC App
- Views from the lab:
- Photographs by Darcy Peterka
- Indagación, by Gustavo Torner.
- Torner is one of the most important conceptual Spanish artists and he was inspired by a visit to our lab when creating this piece of art. The white dots represent the firing of neurons, as seen in a calcium imaging movie. The triangle symbolizes science and the line is the clean line of human thought. This etching hangs in our lab and now inspires us in our work.
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