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Research Team Identifies 33 Genes That Contribute to Autism RiskWednesday, October 29, 2014
Research Team Identifies 33 Genes That Contribute to Autism Risk
Rhythm and BrainsAn associate researcher and adjunct professor of music at Georgetown University, she's feeling the beat in showing how music is a multisensory experience.
Carnegie Mellon Student Writing Awards Seek Entries From Pittsburgh-Area High School and College Students
Unifying the Mind: David Danks Outlines New Cognitive Architecture To Explain How Thought Process WorksEveryday thinking—like reading this sentence or deciding what to wear–requires an astounding range of brain activity, yet cognition seems to happen seamlessly.
Puzzle-Based LearningAccording to Information Systems Professor Sooriamurthi, solving this puzzle is more than fun. It's a great way to boost out-of-the-box thinking and creative problem solving.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Mark Roth To Receive First Friend of the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition Award
David Souter Discusses Value of Humanities and Social SciencesSouterFormer U.S. Supreme Court Justice Souter's talk called for increased support for research and renewed efforts to increase student engagement.
Philosophy Department Partners With Pitt To Maximize Data Science for Biomedical ResearchThursday, October 09, 2014
Philosophy Department Partners With Pitt To Maximize Data Science for Biomedical Research
Carnegie Mellon, University of Pittsburgh Celebrate 20 Years of Advancing Brain Research Through Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC)Wednesday, October 08, 2014
Carnegie Mellon, University of Pittsburgh Celebrate 20 Years of Advancing Brain Research Through Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC)
Carnegie Mellon Alumni Association Honors 19 For Service and Professional AchievementTuesday, October 07, 2014