About This Event
Brain Time aims to engage the public in the neuroscience research that is being done at CIBB.
The project intends to promote several science communication activities for different publics, adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic situation:
– Brain Time to Brain Gain | March 10, 17, 24 and 31
An initiative that will approach neurosciences from 4 different points of view, with the participation of different specialists from different fields, to inspire undergraduate and graduate students to follow neuroscience-related career;
– Brain Time on social media | March 15 to 21
A campaign at social networks to share the work and the people that work in neuroscience research in our center;
– Brain Time at schools | March 15 to 26
Neuroscientists will go (online) to Elementary, Middle and High Schools, Senior Universities and Associations of disabled people in order to share neuroscience research;
– Bipolar Disorder Day | March 30
We will create a comic about Bipolar Disorder (one of the newest research topics at CIBB ) that will be disseminated in a national newspaper.