With Brain Awareness Week 2018 (March 12-18) only a few short months away, it is time for BAW Partners to kick their planning into high gear and to take advantage of the resources we have to offer on the BAW website! What is Brain Awareness Week, you might ask? BAW is the global campaign to increase public awareness about the progress and benefits of brain research. Around the world, BAW Partners organize brain-related events and initiatives, uniting their efforts every March in a celebration of the brain.
Want to see your art distributed on thousands of stickers for the global Brain Awareness Week (BAW) campaign? We’re calling on creatives from around the world to come up with their own design that captures the spirit of the annual campaign. BAW kicks off in March and continues to inspire people from all continents to spread awareness on brain health and the progress of neuroscience research. However, entries to the Sticker Design Contest are due at the end of this month–so there are just over three weeks left!
Brain Awareness Week (BAW) has come and gone and now is the time to reflect on the success and reach of BAW partners’ efforts. Impressively, there are more than 800 events on the BAW Calendar of Events! Perhaps the best way to see the success of the campaign is to check out the BAW Photo Gallery.
The photo gallery reflects the international nature of BAW, a global campaign with more than half of the events during the week occurring outside the US. From Germany to Australia, Brazil to Nigeria, Canada to Spain, partners coordinated events from all reaches of the globe. For BAW 2017, there were events in 40 countries and 46 US states!
New imaging techniques let scientists and doctors see what is going on inside our brains in better detail than ever before. These images help develop a better understanding of the brain and its disorders, but what if we looked at them as art?
In honor of Brain Awareness Week (March 13-19), Mount Sinai’s Friedman Brain Institute opened their 2017 “Art of the Brain” exhibition to celebrate the beauty of the brain. Researchers took on the role of artist and displayed brain-inspired pieces at the Grady Alexis Gallery in New York City.