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Get to know of some of today’s female neuroscientists and learn more about their life’s work.
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Echolocating bats can help us understand how we use our senses to perceive and navigate the world around us.
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Do you think you want a career in neuroscience? You don’t have to wait until college to start your exploration of this exciting scientific field.
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Two Nobel-winning scientists explain how your brain gets you from Point A to Point B.
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A team of scientists is seeking answers to a fundamental understanding of how and when neurons utilize the nutrients that give them energy.
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Scientists are producing 3D images of the cellular dynamics of the living brain in real-time and faster than ever before.
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Scientists are building a data repository to store and share the vast amount of genomics data coming out of the BRAIN Initiative.
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Huang Yu is Assistant Professor at the Columbia University Medical Center. In this video he explains the plaques and tangles behind Alzheimer’s Disease.
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The former Editor-in-Chief of Neuron discusses the importance of scientific rigor and how scientific publishing works.
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Blitch is searching for solutions in robotics and robot-assisted search and rescue.
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The scientist discusses making connections in the field of neurotransmission and synaptic signaling.
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The scientist describes her work examining cognition and dementia in Parkinson's disease.
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The scientist discusses her research into traumatic brain injury.
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