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    The New Science of Ageing

    The Royal Society

    Research into ageing has been galvanized by the discovery of single-gene mutations that extend healthy lifespan of laboratory animals and that delay multiple, ageing-related diseases. Evolutionary conservation of these genetic effects allows the use of invertebrates to understand human ageing. This meeting will discuss the scientific challenges...

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    12th EEGLAB Workshop

    The 12th EEGLAB Workshop was held at the Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience, University of California, San Diego in November, 2010. EEGLAB is an interactive Matlab toolbox for processing continuous and event-related EEG, MEG and other electrophysiological data incorporating independent component analysis (ICA), time/frequency...

  • Studying SuperAgers - NYC, January 2011

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    The Darwin Symposium

    Hosted by the San Diego Natural History Museum

    In celebration of the bicentennial of Charles Darwin’s birth [February 12, 1809 – same day and same year as Abraham Lincoln] the San Diego Natural History Museum hosted “The Darwin Symposium”. We reprise this event that featured presentations and a lively panel discussion including questions from an audience made up of students from local univers...

  • ASU Education Summit

    Interviews at the 2010 ASU Education Summit.

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    ANFA Interfaces 2011

    A series of discussions about emerging research at the intersection of neuroscience and architecture

    The ANFA Interface Series was introduced in the Fall of 2009 as a series of discussions about emerging research at the intersection of neuroscience and architecture. The following three lectures are from the 2011 series. Each features both a neuroscientist and architect sharing their expertise on a relevant, interdisciplinary topic. Following the...

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    Pat Churchland's Braintrust

    What does neuroscience tell us about morality? Do we furnish the mind with experience? The Science Network joins Pat Churchland on the road promoting her new book, Braintrust: What Neuroscience Tell Us About Morality.

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    Neuroethics at Neuroscience 2010

    From November 13-17, over 31,000 attendees at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience swarmed in social networks through the halls of the San Diego Convention Center rehearsing their latest speculations about the gossip of neurons. Since we had just returned from the ASU...