• Drs. Sejnowski and OakleyDr. Terrence Sejnowski and Dr Barbara Oakley launch a new Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) and are writing a Learning How To Learn book for children!
        Drs. Sejnowski and Oakley's extremely popular MOOC for Coursera called "Learning How to Learn," has already enrolled 1.8 million learners. As a follow-up, they launched a new course in April called "Mindshift: Break Through Obstacles to Learning and Discover Your Hidden Potential." They are also writing a "Learning How to Learn" book for children ages 10-13, to be available in April 2018!

      • Researchers Receive $7.5 Million Grant to Study Memory Capacity and Energy Efficiency in the Brain (UC San Diego News Center, 5/1/17)
        Researchers from UC San Diego and Stanford University, led by Dr. Padmini Rangamani, received the five- year grant. TDLC's Dr. Terrence Sejnowski is part of the team that hopes to answer the questions: What is the memory capacity of the brain, and how does the brain process information with maximum energy efficiency. More

      • Dr. IversenTDLC's Dr. Iversen involved in NIH/Kennedy Center Music and Health Initiative Workshop
        Dr. Iversen was one of three speakers at a National Institutes of Health (NIH) workshop held on January 26-27, 2017. He spoke about music and child development. The purpose of the workshop was to help guide the direction of a new partnership between the NIH and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to expand on an initiative that NIH has had with the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) called Sound HealthClick here to view a video of the event!

      • Sensor-Equipped Glove Could Help Doctors Take Guesswork Out of Measuring Spasticity
        An interdisciplinary team of researchers at UC San Diego and Rady Children’s Hospital has developed a sensor-equipped glove that could help doctors measure stiffness during physical exams. TDLC researcher Leanne Chukoskie is part of the team, and explains, "The multidisciplinary nature of our team is what makes this project so exciting and successful. Experts in signal processing, robotics, printable electronics, neurosciences and medicine came together to transform a subjective process into something that’s objective and could improve patient care and outcomes." (4/20/17, Photo: Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego) More U-T article

      • John Iversen Explores our Perception of Musical Rhythm (3/1/17)
        Dr. John IversenThe Scientist article features TDLC's Dr. John Iversen. It profiles his work on the neural mechanisms of rhythm perception, where he has demonstrated the active role of the brain in shaping how a listener perceives a rhythm. Iversen’s other TDLC work examines the impact of music on child brain development, with TDLC researcher Terry Jernigan, and was awarded an NSF science of learning grant to explore the next generation of EEG data collection in the classroom (with TDLC researchers Tzyy-Ping Jung and Alex Khalil). > Click here to read more about his research!
        > Click here for his interview on Voice of La Jolla!

      • ScreenagersSCREENAGERS: GROWING UP IN THE DIGITAL AGE
        TDLC's Educator Network offerred a free screening of the film "SCREENAGERS" to celebrate Brain Awareness Week on Sat., March 18th, at the UCSD San Diego Supercomputer Center East Auditorium. More

      • 10 Online Courses With The Most Enrollees
        Drs. Sejnowski and OakleyThe top course listed is taught by TDLC's Dr. Terrence Sejnowski, with Visiting Scholar Dr. Barbara Oakley. They have put together a Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) for Coursera on "Learning How to Learn," which, according to this article, as "already had a total of 1,192,697 enrollees!" (University Herald, 2/28/17)
        More Click here for a history of the course. Click here to enroll in the course!

      • Innovation in Brain Imaging
        (PhysOrg, Feb. 16, 2017)
        Dr. Pulkit Grover and his team at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) are studying ways to improve the resolution of EEGs. They are collaborating across CMU to validate research results and bring them into practical systems. Their collaborators include TDLC's Drs. Marlene Behrmann and Michael Tarr, both professors at CMU. More (Photo: Dr. Grover & student. Credit: CMU College of Engineering)


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