from the Dana blog
Norberto Garcia-Cairasco, director of Neurophysiology and Experimental Neuroethology Laboratory (LNNE) at Ribeirão Preto School of Medicine at the University of São Paulo, Brazil, describes the power of networks in spreading the word on brain science—from labs to public plazas and parks.from the Dana blog
Kelley Remole, director of neuroscience outreach at Columbia University and co-president of the Greater NYC Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience, describes the inaugural year of BraiNY and reminds us, "you don’t know what you’re capable of until you try." science—from labs to public plazas and parks.from the Dana blog
Michael Friedlander, Ph.D., the mastermind behind Brain School, a public lecture series in which VTCRI's faculty members offered an owner’s manual on the brain, talks about how to target audiences and run great events. Their other events last year included "Mythbusters: the truth about your brain" for kids and "Food for Thought: chefs celebrate Brain Awareness Week" for foodies.By Guy McKhann, MD
Scientists are getting a better idea of the brain's wiring. But what is the message coming over these wires? What language does the brain use for its internal communication? Our monthly column from Brain in the NewsBy Jim Schnabel
Scientists trace more routes by which low socioeconomic status impairs cognitive ability.by Temple Grandin, Ph.D.
Grandin relates her own experience living with and studying autism to better understand the mind of a the 13-year-old Japanese boy with severe autism who wrote this book.