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Science Magazine Aug 19
A newly discovered cell type forms a network that senses painful stimuli—a finding that may offer novel insights into future treatments for chronic . ($)
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Arjen Stolk Aug 17
Do you get excited by the idea of using innovative techniques to study how human minds connect during ? Please get in touch as I'll be recruiting students/postdocs to start Fall 2020 in my new lab at [RT's appreciated]
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Sara Fenstermacher 21h
Hey postdocs! Want to visit NYU and present your work? 2 weeks left to apply for SPiNES! Great opportunity to connect with our dept and share your science!
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Francis S. Collins Aug 20
On my blog, the Amazing Brain Series presents this striking video, showing the power of the “connectome.”
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Artur Bednarczyk 🇵🇱 Aug 19
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GrooveGully Aug 19
What is the Mozart Effect? Listening to music makes you feel good and feeling good often leads to good performance by students on a variety of tests.
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Brain World Magazine Aug 21
When you crave a sugary reward at the end of the day 🧁 or just feel like getting lost online 📲 it's a small structure in your called the nucleus accumbens which processes that "rewarding" stimulus as you experience it. 🧠
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Carin M. Papendorp Aug 21
Who has two hands and patched her first neuron this week? 👈👈 I don’t know who’s more excited, me or the cell!
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BCM Department of Neuroscience 18h
The application cycle for Fall 2020 opens on Sept. 1, 2019. No application fee! Submission deadline: Jan. 1, 2020. Neuroscience graduate program applications received by Dec. 1, 2019 will be considered for early review & are strongly encouraged! GRE optional!
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World Economic Forum Aug 18
Your brain has more in common with an ant colony than you realised
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Frontiers Neurosci Aug 21
New Research: Conceptual, Regulatory and Strategic Imperatives in the Early Days of EEG-Based Biomarker Validation for Neurodevelopmental Disabilities: Biological treatment development for syndromal neuropsychiatric conditions such as…
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WI Alzheimers Inst Aug 20
CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Barbara Bendlin, PhD - the new director of the UW-Madison & Public Policy Program. One of only a few programs in the world to offer a dual degree in both neuroscience and public policy!
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Sami Friedrich Aug 19
(Thread) At last, my paper on ion channel genes and their expression in zebra finch song system is published! We analyzed over 100 genes from sodium, calcium, and chloride channel families.
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Hotchkiss Brain Inst Aug 21
What a fantastic day at as our summer students share “what I did this summer”. Some real talent here!
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Vinay Prabhu Aug 21
/ twitter: Encountered these 2 questions today: a)Where & how are 'convolution weights' stored in the visual cortex/brain (are they even?)? b)What happens when these learnt weights are perturbed. Hallucination? Dreaming?
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🏳️‍🌈 Cara Santa Maria 🏳️‍🌈 Aug 17
A remote control for brain cells! Scientists use ultrasound waves to activate neurons.
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Hashem Al-Ghaili Aug 20
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UC Davis Research Aug 20
Profile: As director of the Center for , Kimberley McAllister oversees 25 labs housed at the interdisciplinary center, which is dedicated to understanding brain function in health and illness throughout the lifespan
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Brittany Fair Aug 21
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Andrés Coronel Alvarado Aug 21
Harvard University Certificate of Achievement in MCB80.1x: Fundamentals of Neuroscience.
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