The Green Neuroscience Laboratory demonstrates how radical ideas can thrive at NeuroLinx Research Institute. While they are a unique group at NRI, they will not be the only example of innovative and thought provoking research supported here.
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Discovery, Guided by Morality
The Society for Neuroscience
recently hosted a video contest for inspiring educational videos that promote brain awareness. The winners are available on YouTube:
First Place: Leigha Phillips, affiliated with Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University, with Helen Tang and Lily Benedict, for the video Vision and Illusion.
Second Place: Alison Caldwell, graduate student at University of California: San Diego, and Micah Caldwell for the video Three Lesions, Three Lives.
Third Place: Vania Cao, application scientist, for the video Brainbows – Mixing Colors to Map the Brain
Best Song: Michael Stendardi, student at theCity University of New York, for the video Neuroscience Minds
Until September 30th, we can all vote for the video we think should win the People’s Choice Award category! Vote for the two best videos here
NeuroLinx’s OpenWorm Project featured on National Public Radio (NPR) San Diego affiliate KPBS.
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Members of the OpenWorm research team presented their work in two venues:
Workshop on Science Intensive Applied Software
27 June to 1 July 2011, Novosibirsk, Akademgorodok, Russia
September 4 to 6, 2011, at Neuroinformatics 2011 in Boston, MA