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#Hubbian: the toy that makes navigating 20,000 abstracts fun.

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Over 30,000 people attend the annual Society for Neuroscience meeting and for this reason alone people either love it or hate it. On one hand, you can learn about any type of neuroscience research imaginable. On the other hand, it can be extremely difficult to find the meaningful stuff. The online itinerary planner. It works. Kind of. Did you search the right keywords? What about that new technique you’re interested in* – it’s mentioned in 100s of abstracts – which ones are worth checking out? What are other neuroscientists looking at? And in case you’ve missed something interesting you now find yourself at the meeting, aimlessly scanning titles, just a brainstem….being pulled towards the larger crowds…failing to penetrate the bobbling masses… Continue reading #Hubbian: the toy that makes navigating 20,000 abstracts fun.

#SFN10 day 1 feat. CIA Human Brain Control presentation

Today was great because there was a ton of hippocampal-cortical posters I was excited to check out except I was also presenting so I couldn’t actually check them out. Plus, it wasn’t like I could just pop over when my crowd died down because they were all the way in aisle KKK (worst aisle name ever ). Fortunately there were a couple of special presentations I was able to visit, namely the CIA is Demon guy, who had his brain controlled by the CIA. This sounded really interesting but unfortunately I didn’t have time to check out the data – I had a poster to set up.

Brain Control
Brain Control

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