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TDLC researchers to participate in music & brain series

TDLC's Scott Makeig, Alex Khalil, Victor Minces & John Iversen among presenters, with UCSD's Tim Mullen as Artistic Partner

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President Obama announces BRAIN Initiative

TDLC co-Director Terry Sejnowski attends launch; UC San Diego, 'Mesa' colleagues and private-public partners to play key roles

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Motion Capture Lab in the news

Why zombies, robots, clowns freak us out (CNN July 11, 2012)

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TDLC featured in U.S. News & World Report

How the Brain Learns: Researchers study timing, sensory systems, how regions connect (February 24, 2012)

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TDLC researchers develop game for children with autism

The groundbreaking video game was created by researchers at UVic and UCSD using LFI! and CERT

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TDLC and the Reach for Tomorrow Program

New video: Young Students 'Reach for Tomorrow' With Science, Engineering Demos (Calit2ube video)

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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.

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  • Sally Ride ScienceSally Ride Science officially joins TDLC as a corporate partner
    America's first woman in space, Sally Ride, has founded a science education company called Sally Ride Science, to engage and inspire students in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. The company "brings science to life through pioneering professional development, instructional solutions, and real-science investigations for students in 4th-8th grades" Bill Jenkins has moved from his position at Scientific Learning, one of TDLC's corporate partners, to a position at Sally Ride Science, and is excited about the future opportunities a partnership with TDLC can create.

  • The 2013 NSF Site Visit is coming up!
    Dates: June 20-21, 2013

  • Research Highlight:
    Michael TarrMicro-valences: perceiving affective valence in everyday objects
    Sophie Lebrecht, Moshe Bar, Lisa Feldman Barrett, and Michael J. Tarr (2013)

    New research from Carnegie Mellon University's Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC) shows that the brain's visual perception system automatically and unconsciously guides decision-making through something called valence perception. Valence — defined as “the positive or negative information automatically perceived in the majority of visual information” — is a process that allows our brains to quickly make choices between similar objects. The researchers conclude that “everyday objects carry subtle affective valences – ‘micro-valences’ – which are intrinsic to their perceptual representation.” More ...


  • CBAMUC San Diego Creates Center for Brain Activity Mapping (CBAM)
    Ralph Greenspan (associate director of the Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind at UC San Diego) authored the proposal for CBAM with Nick Spitzer (Kavli Director) and TDLC's Terry Sejnowski. CBAM will focus on "developing new technologies necessary for global brain-mapping at the resolution level of single cells and the timescale of a millisecond, participate in brain mapping experiments, and develop the necessary support mechanisms for handling and analyzing the enormous datasets that such efforts will produce." More... (Note: related event, see below).

  • Mapping the Active Brain: Unlocking the
    Next Frontier – Solving the Mystery of the Human Mind

    CONNECT has assembled panelists (including TDLC's Terry Sejnowski and Ralph Greenspan) to discuss the BRAIN Initiative - Fri, May 17, 5pm. More info ...

  • UC San Diego's "Simphony" Research Earns Grammy Foundation Support
    John Iversen of the Institute of Neural Computation (INC) at UC San Diego is heading the SIMPHONY Project, one of the first longitudinal studies of its kind on the effects of musical training on brain development. SIMPHONY is being done in collaboration with TDLC researcher Dr. Terry Jernigan of the Center for Human Development. More ...

  • Free Interactive Music & the Brain Exposition – Mozart & the Mind
    Mozart and the MindJoin us Saturdays May 11, May 18, and June 1, 6:30-7:30 pm for a series of free Music & the Brain Expositions, part of Mainly Mozart's new Mozart & the Mind series. TDLC investigators Scott Makeig, Tim Mullen, Alex Khalil, Victor Mincez, and John Iversen will present, along with other scientists and musicians. "This is a unique opportunity to engage with scientists, musicians, and fellow music aficionados around a series of interactive installations exploring connections between music and the brain!" (Note: You can also purchase tickets for the complete Mozart & the Mind and Spotlight Series concert program. Discounts for UCSD community: code UCSD13). More information ...

    Connect
  • Mapping the Active Brain: Unlocking the
    Next Frontier – Solving the Mystery of the Human Mind

    CONNECT has assembled panelists (including TDLC's Terry Sejnowski, as well as Ralph Greenspan, Associate Dir. of the Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind at UCSD (KIBM)) to discuss the BRAIN Initiative and what the project’s "enormous potential will be to the future of science, innovation and patients."
    Date: Fri, May 17, 5pm – 8pm, Sanford Consortium Auditorium, La Jolla, CA
    (Connect Member: $30 Non-Member: $50). More info ...

    AHM 2013
  • TDLC All-Hands Meeting 2013 videos now available!

  • TDLC News for April 2013 is available!

  • President Obama announces BRAIN Initiative;
    UC San Diego, 'Mesa' colleagues and private-public partners will play key roles
    TDLC co-Director Terry Sejnowski "joined President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C., on April 2, 2013, at the launch of the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative—a major Administration neuroscience effort that advances and builds upon collaborative scientific work by leading brain researchers such as Salk's own Sejnowski." (taken from Salk News Release). For more info:
  • Gamelan project highlighted on BBC News online:
    Power of Art: Can music help treat children with attention disorders?
    "Could learning music help children with attention disorders? New research suggests playing a musical instrument improves the ability to focus attention."
    Click here for the article!

  • BAW 2013TDLC Webinar of 3/12/13:
    How to Learn More Deeply and Creatively: Concrete Tools from Neuroscience and from Zombies

    We hope you enjoyed NSF - Temporal Dynamic Learning Center's presentation for Brain Awareness Week. To view the recorded Webinar, click here. Thank you!
    Click here for information about this past event .

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