Brain Awareness Week Photo Gallery

B.R.A.I.N. Kids 2014 at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, BAW 2014

B.R.A.I.N. Kids 2014 at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, BAW 2014

Brain Awareness Week has come and gone and BAW 2015 (March 16-22) seems light-years away. But raising awareness about the brain is a yearlong effort and we’ve got just the thing to reignite that BAW 2014 excitement: the 2014 Brain Awareness Week Photo Gallery.

The BAW photo gallery is populated with photos from our partners around the world. We’ve got everything from giant inflatable brains in New Zealand to candy neurons in Michigan. Browsing the photo gallery gives you a sense of both the diversity and congruency of this global campaign; there are pictures of awestruck kids holding brains from every corner of the planet. As you start planning for BAW 2015 (you’ve started, right?), the photo gallery is also a great place to go for new event ideas and inspiration.

National University of Ireland, Galway BAW Brain explorers. BAW, 2014

National University of Ireland, Galway BAW Brain explorers. BAW, 2014

The photo gallery already has 63 photos, but there is room for more. If you have exceptional BAW photos, the world needs to see them. Send them to us via your BAW Partner Report.

Ilorin Neuroscience Group presenting BAW to students in Nigeria. BAW 2014

Ilorin Neuroscience Group presenting BAW to students in Nigeria. BAW 2014

And remember, if the months of waiting until BAW 2015 ever get you down, you can always peruse through great BAW photos like the one below to get you back on track.

Inflatable brain outside the Otago Museum. New Zealand, BAW 2014

Inflatable brain outside the Otago Museum. New Zealand, BAW 2014

–Simon Fischweicher

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