Recent Examples of neuroscience from the Web
Ten years on and now a professor of neuroscience at the university, Kidd is taking legal action.
Trujillo was selected for distinguished contributions to science and neuroscience education and mentoring that have advanced diversity at local, regional and national levels.
While the intersection between neuroscience and robotic prosthetic limbs is new, Srinivasan and Serino—and a whole legion of scientists—hope that amputees will soon use artificial limbs that are as functional and pain-free as the real thing.
Like Sarah Levine, 22, a senior neuroscience major from Manahawkin, N.J., who introduced herself shortly after Goldrick-Rab arrived.
Durmer said, citing a study released in July 2017, led by Dr. Joseph S. Takahashi, chairman of neuroscience at University of Texas Southwestern’s Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute.
Walker, a professor of neuroscience and psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, even goes so far as to pre-emptively acknowledge his book’s potential soporific powers.
Heatherton is the director for the Dartmouth Center for Social Brain Sciences and conducts research into social neuroscience, as well as addiction.
Yet while popularity in areas such as economics or neuroscience continues to grow, interest in humanistic topics is moving just as quickly in the opposite direction.
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NEUROSCIENCE Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of neuroscience
neuroscientificplay \-ˌsī-ən-ˈtif-ik\ adjective
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