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SfN Member Hosts Lab Tour for Senate Staffer to Showcase Value of Research

SfN member Christopher Cowan and his colleagues at the Medical University of South Carolina hosted an interactive lab tour earlier this month.


This Week in Science Policy and Advocacy

Read science policy and advocacy news from the week of August 18, 2017


Teen Highflier Wins 2017 U.S. and World Brain Bees

This year, 15-year-old Sojas Wagle added more successful endeavors to his list: winning the U.S. and World Brain Bees.


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Source: Society for Neuroscience
Interneurons play a key role in passing messages to and from the brain.

Neuroscience in the News

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Primate Brains Made To See Old Objects as New Again

Source: The Scientist

Optogenetic stimulation of the perirhinal cortex can cause macaques to process never-before seen-objects as familiar and known objects as brand new.

China Launches Brain-Imaging Factory

Source: Nature

Hub aims to make industrial-scale high-resolution brain mapping a standard tool for neuroscience

Marian C. Diamond, 90, Student of the Brain, Is Dead

Source: New York Times

Marian C. Diamond was a neuroscientist who overturned long-held beliefs by showing that environmental factors could change the structure of the brain.

How Students' Brains Are in Danger on the FIeld

Source: The Atlantic

Recent research makes clear the drastic effects of head injuries on young athletes, and advocates are asking states and schools to do more.

The Brain Cancer That Keeps Killing Baseball Players

Source: New York Times

Phillies players have expressed concern about the number of their baseball contemporaries who have died of brain cancer.