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The director of Health Promotions Programs at Carnegie Mellon doesn't have a new facility, event, specific program or curriculum in mind; she's reaching higher to create a healthier lifestyle for the Carnegie Mellon community.
Karl Deisseroth, the recipient of the 2013 Dickson Prize in Science, has been a key discoverer and developer of such methods, which are now being applied across all areas of brain science.
The D.H. Chen Professor of Bioengineering and Psychiatry at Stanford University, Deisseroth will give this year's Dickson Prize Lecture, titled "Illuminating the Brain," at noon, Monday, Feb. 3 in McConomy Auditorium. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Now these sometimes irritating puzzles, designed to protect websites from Internet bots, have inspired song.