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Ryan Tomm supports his Indigenous Canadian community through research and outreach.
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Learn about scientists who have won the world’s largest brain research prize: The Brain Prize.
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How many answers can you get correct? Put your neuro knowledge to the test in game one of Brain Trivia on-demand.
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How many answers can you get correct? Put your neuro knowledge to the test in game two of Brain Trivia on-demand.
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How many answers can you get correct? Put your neuro knowledge to the test in game three of Brain Trivia on-demand.
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“If brains are just for the brainy then we all suffer,” writes BrainFacts.org Editor-in-Chief, Richard Wingate.
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10 million Danish Kroner (approx. €1.3 million) is awarded to one or more researchers who have had a ground-breaking impact in any field of neuroscience, from basic to clinical.
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Join BrainFacts.org on March 16 to test your neuroscience knowledge!
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Recognize the contributions Black neuroscientists are making in the field this Black History Month.
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Rediscover our most popular content published in 2021.
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Every year there are awards of all kinds that honor the work of neuroscientists. What do prizes mean for the winners, the field, and us?
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Many awards honor the work of researchers and physician scientists studying the brain. Here’s a look at just a few of the big prizes in neuroscience.
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