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Last night’s Neuroscience and Society series event was a feast for the senses and the mind, from hearing stories of training noses and palates to trying to train or at least understand our own. The session, “How Your Brain Distinguishes … Continue reading
Why don’t people care more about sleep? We wake up early and go to bed late, and let our kids do the same, trying to put more “day” in our days, when it’s the nights that build our memories and … Continue reading
I kept hearing the buzz around “science outreach” during the recent annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). For the public to see why research is important and what we’ve learned from it, scientists need … Continue reading
On exhibit at AAAS in Washington, DC, are the results of an art exhibit/neuroscience experiment at the Walters Museum in Baltimore—and the chance for you to test your own impressions.