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Emotions: Terminator II vs Capote

I’ve loved movies ever since I was little, when my dad took me to see cartoons on the big screen in Soviet Russia. They were a fantastic distraction from reality,…

One Mind for Research

CELEBS RAISING MONEY AND AWARENESS TO CURE BRAIN DISEASE By Susan Hornik Recently, One Mind for Research, an independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to curing the diseases of the brain…

It’s Elementary, My Dear Watson!

by Susan Hornik This fall, CBS is doing their own contemporary version of Sherlock Holmes, this time with a few twists:  it’s set in New York City (vs London) and…

Three Holiday Products!

Splickety Lit This game will wip your flig (flip your wig)! Sometimes known as a spoonerism, this clever wordplay exercise has been renamed Splickety Lit. Each question has words or…

BUCKYBALL: How Art Meets Math in NYC

If you walked by a towering 30-foot carbon molecule situated in a small but crowded New York City park, would you recognize it as such? Leo Villareal hopes so, he’s…
Brain Extravaganza

The Brain Extravaganza! of Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor

Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, the Indiana brain scientist who suffered a stroke in 1996 at the age of 37 and the author of her memoir, “My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist’s Personal Journey,” which became a New York Times bestseller, is in the news again. Her dream of an exhibit featuring giant brains will be mounted around

Spring 2012 Calendar of Brain-Related Events

April National Autism Awareness Month autism-society.org/about-us/national-autism-awareness-month/ March 31-April 3 Chicago, Illinois 19th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting cnsmeeting.org/ 10-14 Soelden, Austria 14th International Neuroscience Winter Conference winterneuroscience.org 11-14 New Orleans,…

ROSEMARY FOR REMEMBRANCE

dailymail.uk.comOphelia might have been crazy but she certainly knew her herbs when she said, “There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance.” In a self-funded study published on February 24, 2012 in the…

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