Ted Talk: Tom Wujec on 3 ways the brain creates meaning

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TED TALK: Helen Fisher studies the brain in love

Ted Talk Helen Fisher: the brain in love 37 people who are madly in love into a functional MRI brain scanner. 1. 17 who are happily in love 2. 15 who had just been dumped 3. Studying people who claim to be in love after 25 years of marriage. Guatemala temples Built by grandest sun … Continue reading

TED Talk: RAMACHANDRAN on your mind

TED Talk VS Ramachandran on your mind The Brain. It is a 3 pound mass of jelly. It can contemplate the universe, the meaning of infinity, and contemplate itself contemplating the meaning of infinity. The holy grail of neuroscience is understanding consciousness. How to study the brain? Look at patients with sustained damage in the … Continue reading

TEDx McGill 2010

Technology Entertainment Design Conference http://www.ted.com/tedx TED xMcGill http://tedxmcgill.com/ 20th November, 2010 Venue: Marche Bonsecours, Old Port, Montreal, QC. This is my First TED conference, hopefully it’ll be the first of many. The single most important conclusion of the conference: If you have an idea that you are relentlessly curious about, invest time in pursuing it, … Continue reading

TED TALK: Jill Taylor’s Powerful Stroke of Insight

Probably the greatest lecture to ever blend Passion and Science. NOTES TED TALK Jill Bolte Taylor’s stroke of insight What is it about my brain that allows me to take my dreams, connect them to my reality and make my dreams come true, while a my brother – who is diagnosed with schizophrenia- is unable … Continue reading

Neuro Revolution: How Brain Science Is Changing Our World

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TED TALK: Understanding the brain by controlling neurons – Gero Miesenboeck reengineers a brain

TED TALK Gero Miesenboeck reengineers a brain Optical mind control. In this case the brain is controlled to explain how it works. The general neuroscientist ascribes to this statement: ” If we could record the activity of all neurons, we could understand the brain.” But if we could measure the activity of all neurons we … Continue reading

Seminar: Artificial cell design and the origin of life (by Dr. Jack Szostak, 2009 Nobel Laureate of Physiology or Medicine)

Dr. Jack Szostak Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology or Medicine 2009 Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor of Genetics, Harvard Medical School Alex Rich Distinguished Investigator, Massachusetts General Hospital Dept. of Molecular Biology, and Center for Computational and Integrative Biology 7215 Simches Research Center Massachusetts General Hospital The Szostak lab is currently focused on the … Continue reading

TED TALK: I am my Connectome by Sebastian Seung

“The connectome is where nature meets nurture. The mere act of thinking can change your connectome.”

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