Posts Tagged ‘Stanford Center for Cognitive and Neurobiological Imaging’

Artwork inspired by MRI brain scans installed at Stanford imaging center

Art and science meet in a new installation of clay sculptures, etchings and acrylics at the Stanford Center for Cognitive and Neurobiological Imaging. The pieces by artist Laura Jacobson, a Stanford alumna, are inspired by MRIs of the human brain and reflect the work of the center to investigate connections between neuroscience and society. The center,…

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This is your brain on Jane Austen, and Stanford researchers are taking notes

The inside of an MRI machine might not seem like the best place to cozy up and concentrate on a good novel, but a team of researchers at Stanford are asking readers to do just that. In an innovative interdisciplinary study, neurobiological experts, radiologists and humanities scholars are working together to explore the relationship between…

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