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Contact national and regional neuroscience organizations that are members of the International Brain Research Organization.
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Neuroscientists combat destructive neurological disorders and mental illnesses including Alzheimer’s disease, drug addiction, and depression through research.
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Want to know how the brain works? Let these eight fundamental concepts guide your way.
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Neuroscientists are developing innovations to study the brain while the body is in motion.
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Neuroscientists are developing new ways to analyze vast amounts of data and promote a culture of sharing and collaboration.
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The MICrONS project takes a cue from the brain’s information processing powers to improve artificial intelligence.
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Supporters of science and research took to the streets to advocate for an investment in our future.
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The March for Science will occur April 22, 2017 across the nation and the world, with a significant turnout expected in Washington D.C.
Ping Ho, founder and director of UCLArts and Healing, describes how art education is a matter of public health.
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In the debate over refugees, immigration, and terrorism, the impact of policy on the practice of science and its role in American prosperity is being ignored.
U.S. lawmakers and research advocates recently attended a Capitol Hill briefing titled "Pain Research: On the Verge of a Breakthrough", featuring Allan Basbaum, professor at University of California, San Francisco.
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Opioids have become a topic of great interest on Capitol Hill as addiction and overdose rates continue to increase across the country.
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