1. Sheep Brain Dissection!

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    from MCB80x Neuroscience Added 5,467 5 0

    Find out more or do the experiment yourself with Harvard's Neuroscience MOOC MCB80x: The Fundamentals of Neuroscience www.fundamentalsofneuroscience.org

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    • DIY Neuroscience: Cricket Pharmacology

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      from MCB80x Neuroscience Added 4,102 1 0

      Find out more or do the experiment yourself with Harvard's Neuroscience MOOC MCB80x: The Fundamentals of Neuroscience and Greg Gage of Backyard Brains www.fundamentalsofneuroscience.org

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      • DIY Neuroscience: Grasshopper Vision

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        Find out more or do the experiment yourself with Harvard's Neuroscience MOOC MCB80x: The Fundamentals of Neuroscience and Greg Gage of Backyard Brains www.fundamentalsofneuroscience.org

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        • Electroreception in the Animal Kingdom

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          from MCB80x Neuroscience Added 7,952 3 0

          Learn about the wild ways in which sharks and rays use electroreception to sense the world around them at the New England Aquarium. Find out more with Harvard's Neuroscience MOOC MCB80x: The Fundamentals of Neuroscience www.fundamentalsofneuroscience.org

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          • Views on the News: Rethinking Role Models

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            Why are politicians and policy makers so keen for celebrities to set a ‘good example’ for young people to follow? Can celebs reach the parts that parents and teachers cannot? Do young people eat more healthily, study harder or behave more responsibly – because a pop star tells them to? Or do our politicians invest too much faith in the power of celebrity and too little in the public? Are parents so degenerate and the young so dumb it really is a case of ‘monkey see, monkey do’? What is certainly clear is that when celebrities such as Tulisa, Rihanna and Miley Cyrus step out of line, they are deemed ‘toxic role models’ and widely vilified. Yet when Marilyn Monroe played up her assets in the 1950′s she wasn’t accused of creating a dysfunctional generation. In this WORLDbytes special on celebrity culture and role models, WORLDwrite Coordinator Niall Crowley gets to grips with a series of tough and searching questions posed by young volunteers and he argues, the whole idea of role models should be ditched.

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            • The Neuropsychotherapist Weekly Report #1

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              Our weekly report for http://neuropsychotherapist.com features David Van Nuys, Richard Hill, and others, talking about the latest in the world of neuroscience and psychotherapy. Show notes can be found at http://www.neuropsychotherapist.com/weekly-report-1/ ‎

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              • Scripps - A Decade of Achievement

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                The Scripps Florida Institute has come a long way in 10 years. To celebrate, they asked KO-MAR to wrap up their achievements in one soulful video for pursuing philanthropic outreach. Aiming to put a face on the research and to give science a heart, we combined the personal stories of Scripps scientists with a vignette showing how science is helping Prader WIlli families. KO-MAR Productions: Specializing in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and medical video marketing. (561)671-3745 www.ko-mar.com

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                • Fire and Wire

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                  The brain! In colour! In 3D! With music! Rotating! And flying! The 3D video needs a player that can convert the stereo channels into a single 3D output. This video was a project of a team of scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig for the Ars Electronica 2013 in Linz. It shows a 3D visualization of the anatomy, the function and the connectivity within the human brain. All data shown in this video was measured at the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig. Authors: Christoph Leuze, Alfred Anwander Katja Heuer, Ahmad Kanaan Software: brainGL Ralph Schurade, Joachim Böttger Music: Tommy Manko Thanks to: Burkhard Maess, David Moreno-Dominguez, Daniel S. Margulies, Daniel Heckmann, Arne Hofmann Produced with brainGL http://code.google.com/p/braingl Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany

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                  • LAMENT ( Circling the Center Series)

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                    A MEDITATION ON LOSS - VICTORIAN MOURNING BRAIDING - THE NEUROSCIENCE OF EMOTIONS- Lament is a visceral liturgy of sound score and video ,weaving images of animated MRIs, electronic circuitry, and Victorian mourning braiding with sounds of serenading rats in a lab, metronomes, human breath, and chanted braiding pattern instructions. Created and Directed by Nene Humphrey. Video: Christopher Keohane, Roberto Carlos Lange Sound Score: Roberto Carlos Lange

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                    • The Science Behind NeuroCue

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                      The science of neuroplasticity is the science of the brain's natural ability to alter itself. It is the science of thoughts, emotions, learning and motivation - and how your daily activities can alter your brain's structure. Your brain is continuously adapting to your experiences, making new decisions and accommodating all of life's challenges. Your brain is ALWAYS learning. The question for you is... what is it learning?

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