The internet has made information accessible in ways it never was before, and the Dana Foundation certainly takes advantage, publishing content on its website daily. At the same time, print has become a forgotten medium. Not at Dana, where Brain in the News boasts an impressive subscriber list.
Each month, Brain in the News reprints neuroscience articles from a limitless number of sources: print and web publications you’re probably familiar with and some you may not be, as well as content from universities and similar institutions. You know the material is legitimate because it is vetted by Dana scientific consultant Guy McKhann, M.D., a professor of neurology and neuroscience at the Zanvyl Krieger Mind/Brain Institute at Johns Hopkins University, who also writes an original column for each issue. The columns are posted online ahead of their print run. The latest, on the effectiveness of brain games, posted earlier today.
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