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Sejnowski elected to National Academy of Engineering

Already a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Medicine, this makes TDLC Co-Director Terrence Sejnowski, Ph.D., one of only ten living individuals to have been elected to all three branches of the National Academies.

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NY Times story features brain image by Gyorgy Buzsaki

Read the article, "An Odyssey Through the Brain, Illuminated by a Rainbow" and view the accompanying slideshow (Nov 2010).

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The Discovery Channel Films in Dr. Poizner's Lab

The segment about memory, filmed in June 2010, will air in 2011.

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The Gamelan Project

The Gamelan Project at TDLC explores the connection between music and temporal perception in children ...

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The Educator Network has a social networking site

Come join us and connect with other people who are interested in the neuroscience of learning!

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Foundations for a New Science of Learning

New article in Science Magazine: Foundations for a New Science of Learning (July 2009), co-authored by Terry Sejnowski, TDLC's Co-Director…

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Center Scientist Builds Robot Babies

Center Scientist Builds Robot Babies

(Timothy Archibald, Smithsonian Magazine) Building a robot that humans can love is pretty ambitious. But TDLC's Javier Movellan…

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  • Osaka-UCSD Workshop 2011
    March 15-16, 2011 - John Muir Room, Price Center East, UC San Diego.

  • TDLC will celebrate Brain Awareness Week (March 14-20, 2011) on March 19, 2011.

  • Face Camp Super PotatoThe Let's Face It! Face Camp at Arbutus Middle School
    On March 8, 2011, the LFI! outreach team, coordinated by TDLC PI Jim Tanaka, planned a half-day Face Camp for students with special learning needs at Arbutus Middle School. The goal of the Face Camp was to emphasize social learning through a varitey of activities that help students interpret the social meaning of facial cues. More

  • Gyorgy BuzsakiTDLC investigator Gyorgy Buzsaki Is Co-Winner of Major European “Brain Prize”
    Buzsaki shares prize of one million Euros with two other neuroscientists from his native Hungary. (March 4, 2011) More

  • The TDLC News - Feb/Mar 2011 is now available. Please take a look at the latest TDLC news & events!

    Isabel Gauthier
  • TDLC investigator Isabel Gauthier is appointed Editor of The Journal of Experimental Psychology! An article about her appointment appears on the website of the American Psychological Association (Feb. 2011). For more information:
    > American Psychological Association article
    > Editorial

  • TDLC All Hands Meeting Videos now posted on The Science Network! (Feb 2011)

  • TDLC All Hands Meeting Posters: Poster Gallery now available here

  • Terrence SejnowskiTerrence Sejnowski elected to National Academy of Engineering!
    Salk Institute professor and TDLC Co-Director Terry J. Sejnowski, Ph.D., has been elected a member of the National Academy of Engineering. Dr. Sejnowski is also a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Medicine, making him one of only ten living individuals to have been elected to all three branches of the National Academies. Feb 8, 2011
    UC San Diego's Division of Biological Sciences press release
    Salk Institute press release

  • 2011 Trainee Awards: The TDLC training committee has recently awarded small grants to support trainee research and collaboration. More

  • Upcoming event: The third IMBES Biennial Conference
    June 2–4, 2011 at the Catamaran Resort Hotel, San Diego, CA
    Sponsored by: TDLC & Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind, UC San Diego
    Description: The conference provides a forum to explore exciting new advances in the emerging field of Mind, Brain, and Education. More

  • Inverted Faces are (Eventually) Processed Holistically
    (Research Highlight, in press)

    Collaborators: J. Richler, M. Mack, T. Palmeri & I. Gauthier, Vanderbilt University

    Face inversion effects are used as evidence that faces are processed differently from objects. Nevertheless, there is debate about whether processing differences between upright and inverted faces are qualitative or quantitative. More

  • QnAs with Terrence J. Sejnowski (PNAS) - December 2010
    This questions and answers session gives insight into TDLC co-Director Terry Sejnowski's research and life, answering such questions as how he initially became interested in machine learning, and how he believes using machines to model and emulate human behavior could make a difference in our lives. More

  • TDLC All Hands Meeting 2011TDLC All-Hands Meeting 2011
    Date: January 28-29, 2011
    Click here to read about TDLC's AHM
    Special Speaker Series

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