2022 Irvine Brain Bee participants pose together in front of UCI - That was fun! We look forward to seeing you next year for the 2023 Irvine Brain Bee!

“How can a three-pound mass of jelly that you can hold in your palm imagine angels, contemplate the meaning of infinity, and even question its own place in the cosmos? …This, truly, is the greatest mystery of all.” These famous words, spoken by renowned neuroscientist V.S. Ramachandran, capture the imagination of aspiring brain scientists everywhere.…

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UC Irvine Summer Brain Camp - Registration Now Open! - Brain Campers participating in orange county neuroscience research

Registration for the Summer 2022 UCI Brain Camp is now open. This 2-week full-day program is open to middle and high school students and offers an opportunity for immersion in neuroscience. The program will feature lectures and seminars, workshops, laboratory visits, hands-on demonstrations and experiments and an opportunity to conduct group research projects. 2022 Camp…

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Browse the 2021 CNLM Report - 3D image of the CNLM Annual Report

Browse the 2021 Report Dear Friends: It is my great pleasure to share our 2021 CNLM Report that highlights just a fraction of the pioneering breakthroughs transforming our understanding of learning and memory. Over the last two years, we experienced one of the most globally disruptive experiences of our lifetime – the COVID-19 pandemic. During…

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UCI Neuroscience Faculty presenting current research in neuroscience

3rd Annual Irvine Brain Bee goes VIRTUAL! Written by Jaclyn Beck On March 20, 2021, more than 40 high school students joined the UC Irvine Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory (CNLM) Brain Bee via Zoom to learn about the brain. In years prior, the Brain Bee had a written exam and a…

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UCI Virtual Brain Camp

Summer 2021 will feature TWO Brain Camp sessions! Session 1: June 28 – July 9 (for middle schoolers) Session 2: July 19 – July 30 (for high schoolers) LEARN more and REGISTER! Brain anatomy Learning and memory Neuropathology Electrophysiology Optogenetics Experimental design Neuroethics Sensation and perception Brain-machine interfaces Neuropharmacology Brain Imaging Chemogenetics Data analysis Scientific Communication Students…

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