We’re at UC Santa Cruz, Jan. 22, 2013 giving our first academic talk on the Green Neuroscience Vision.
The Green Neuroscience Laboratory will be hosting a special afternoon on Epilepsy & Consciousness:
Keynote speaker: Dr. Paul Hwang, University of Toronto Epilepsy Program
Talk title: “Contributions of the EEG to the study of Consciousness: a Brief History”.
Date: Fri, November 30, 2012, Noon-4pm
The Green Neuroscience Laboratory
4685 Convoy St., Suite #210 (2nd Floor)
San Diego, CA 92111
For a map to our location, please see: https://greenneuro.org/contact/
12:00-1:30pm Welcome Lunch
1:30-2:30 Keynote talk
2:30-4:00 Discussion and pre-AES rapid session
If you would like to participate in the lunch and/or AES rapid session please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to see you there!
We’re presenting at the Society for Neuroscience‘s Annual Meeting in New Orleans. Come by our poster (710.14/FFF28) on Tuesday afternoon, October 16, 2012 to learn more about our plans for the Human Metal Brain Atlas.
Green Neuro hosts the 9th Annual Society for Autonomous Neurodynamics (SAND).
Grand Opening of the Green Neuroscience Laboratory! Neurolinx’s first laboratory is proud to open its doors to our friends in the community to share our vision of how we will begin to make neuroscience “greener”. More sustainable. Less toxic. Striving to understand the critical heterogeneity and variability in the brain! We are proud to launch the world’s first net-zero neuroscience laboratory. Big thanks to Dr. Ping Wang, Sophie Chen and Dr. Jay Coggan for their combined efforts in making this possible.
For more information, please contact us at: email@example.com
We invite you to join us this Saturday April 28, 2012 @ 7pm for the official opening of the Green Neuroscience Laboratory. Come hear what it’s all about, see our new space and stay for food, drinks and live music.
We’d like to share our vision of a new neuroscience and hope to engage our diverse community to work towards better approaches to the study of the brain.
Please RSVP if you’re coming and feel free to bring some food and drinks to share. Friends and family are also most welcome to attend.
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Hope to see you there!
The Green Neuroscience Laboratory is being established to pursue a new way of studying the brain and its relation to the body, our environment and society. We aim at a new approach that is inclusive and sustainable: a new neuroscience. Please check back in with us here for updates on our laboratory’s activities and events!