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Alzheimer's: A New Look at an Old Disease

Source: American Association of Retired Persons
Learn all about Alzheimer’s Disease with this engaging and informative five-part video series.

Mindyerbrain Researchers

Source: Mindyerbrain

Learn about topics like plasticity, memory, and brain development from the researchers who study them in this video series.

Animals in Research

Source: The Conversation
Learn about rats, fruit flies, and more of the most important organisms used for biomedical research with these articles.

Binaural Hearing Research

Source: University of Wisconsin Madison
New neuroscience developments are making it possible for the hearing impaired to regain their sense of hearing.

Brain Games

Source: National Geographic
Explore this site for an interactive experience that will teach you all about the intricate workings of your brain.

Cognitive Problems after Traumatic Brain Injury

Source: BrainLine
This site provides information on Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and the many ways that it can affect cognition.


Source: Kids Health
With this informative website, learn more about epilepsy and seizures.

Epilepsy Education

Source: Epilepsy Foundation
Promote brain awareness by introducing the topic of epilepsy into your classroom with these lesson plans.

Fruit Flies and Brain Injury

Source: University of Wisconsin Madison
Learn how fruit fly models are studied to better understand traumatic brain injury (TBI) and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) with these videos.

How Do We Smell?

Source: TED
Did you know that an adult human can distinguish up to 10,000 different smells? Learn more about your amazing sense of smell in this video.

Knowing Neurons

Source: Knowing Neurons
Explore the fascinating field of neuroscience, with approachable articles that emphasize the importance of fundamental research in neuroscience.

Mapping the Brain

Source: NOVA
Test out some imaging techniques that neuroscientists use, like MRIs and PET scans, to see inside the human brain with this interactive.

Alzheimer's Disease Ep. 1: Where It All Began

Source: NeuroRAPT

Explore the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and learn how it affects creativity and imagination in this video.

MRI: Magnetic Miracle Game

Source: Nobel Prize
Learn more about magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with this interactive game, based on the 2003 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Neuroplasticity: The Remarkable Ability of Our Brains to Adapt

Source: Top Counseling Schools
Learn more about neuroplasticity with this comprehensive infographic.


Source: Disynaptic
What is a neuron? What snail-shaped brain structure is involved with hearing? Test your brain knowledge with this free quiz app.

New Developments in Brain Science

Source: PBS

Watch a discussion about developments in brain science with renowned neuroscientist Eric Kandel and New York Times science writer James Gorman.

Science Fair Project Ideas

Source: Science Buddies
Get engaged in neuroscience with a variety of hands-on science experiments on a number of brain-related topics.

Sensory Science: Testing Taste Thresholds

Source: Scientific American
Every day you taste many different things. Have you ever wondered how well you detect different tastes? Find out with this activity!

Somatosensory Homunculus

Source: Khan Academy
Learn about the somatosensory homunculus, which is basically a map of the body in the brain, in this brief, educational video.