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How to Perceive Without Sight

How is it that we construct our reality? What is it we think we know, and what do we actually know? These are questions that led Columbia University neuroscientist… 555 more words


Dana Press Offers Cerebrum Anthology 2016

It somehow seemed appropriate that this year’s Cerebrum anthology arrived at our offices just in time for the start of Brain Awareness Week (BAW), the global campaign to raise awareness on the progress and benefits of brain research. 311 more words

Brain Awareness Week

Discovering the Art of the Brain

New imaging techniques let scientists and doctors see what is going on inside our brains in better detail than ever before. These images help develop a better understanding of the brain and its disorders, but what if we looked at them as art? 188 more words


BioBase Event for Brain Awareness Week

To kick off Brain Awareness Week, the BioBase center hosted an event on Monday at their new location in Harlem. Children, parents, and teachers turned up to the sun-lit, glass-enclosed space to learn more about neuroscience, and they even had the chance to touch a human brain. 44 more words


Brain Awareness Week is March 13 - 19, 2017

A global campaign to raise public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research, Brain Awareness Week (BAW) takes place from March 13-19, 2017, uniting efforts of partner organizations worldwide. 423 more words


It’s Brain Awareness Week 2017! Check out the Calendar of Events!

It is Brain Awareness Week (BAW) 2017 (March 13-19), and there are over 675 events on the BAW Calendar of Events! Across five continents, people of all ages are celebrating BAW through lectures and symposiums, exhibits, workshops, lab tours, school visits, and much more! 399 more words


The Fruit of the Spirit (BAWM: Bible NT)

BAWM: Bible NT

Galatians (Galatia) 5:22-23

22 Thlarau rah lam chu zângfahnâk, lâwptlonâk, remnâk, dawnhkhonâk, vêlneihnâk, ṭhatnâk,

23 zumhkainâk, mi tangah dawnhkhonâk, sûmkhonâk tla asi dauh; chu hawi kalh kâng hen Dân thupêk rerêng a um lo.