Brainwave: The Future is Fluid

The Rubin Museum of Art
New York, NY
Thursday, February 01, 2018 - Friday, April 27, 2018
What if we were able to remember the future and anticipate the past? How would that understanding of time affect our sense of free will, destiny, perception, and memory? What if the future isn’t fixed but fluid?Brainwave 2018 poses these elemental questions as we expand our notion of the future to include our layered experiences of time itself. Neuroscientist and New York Times bestselling author David Eagleman joins the Rubin as the first Future Fellow, curating a series of talks, films, and experiences to explore time’s impact on our brains, everyday life, and our perceptions of the future.


11th FENS Forum of Neuroscience

Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS)
Berlin, Germany
Saturday, July 07, 2018 - Wednesday, July 11, 2018
​​​FENS is the voice of European neuroscience. With 42 neuroscience member societies across 32 European countries, FENS as an organisation represents close to 23,000 European neuroscientists with a clear mission to advance European neuroscience education and research.


Neuroscience 2018

Society for Neuroscience
San Diego, CA
Saturday, November 03, 2018 - Wednesday, November 07, 2018
SfN's 48th annual meeting, Neuroscience 2018, is the world's largest neuroscience conference for scientists and physicians devoted to understanding the brain and nervous system. SfN invites you to its renowned venue where neuroscientists collaborate and network with peers, learn from experts, explore the newest neuroscience tools and technologies, and discover great career opportunities. Neuroscience 2018 is November 3-7 at the San Diego Convention Center. Join more than 30,000 colleagues from more than 80 countries at the world’s largest marketplace of ideas and tools for global neuroscience.


Reaching for Greatness: Using Brain Science to Empower Potential, Passion, and Performance in All Students

Learning & the Brain
Boston, MA
Friday, November 16, 2018 - Sunday, November 18, 2018
Some education leaders, such as Yong Zhao and Sir Ken Robinson, say it is time for schools to move beyond test scores and standards and towards student-centered classrooms that develop the potential for greatness that lies within each child. Current cognitive and psychological sciences have discovered that the “science of greatness” is complex, involving talents, practice, passion, interest, and hard work. But it is also finding that greatness and extraordinary abilities are within the reach of all of us. Discover what research on prodigies, savants, and geniuses teaches us about child potential and the links between learning disorders, great talents, and genius. Learn strategies to unlock your students’ potential, passions and interests, talents, creativity, expertise, and extraordinary performance.