Columbia University in the City of New York

Mar 18, 20203:00 pm
Brain Awareness Week

**POSTPONED** Brain Awareness at BioBus: A Closer Look at the Brain

Photo courtesy of BioBus.

Join us for a free afternoon of hands-on neuroscience!

March 18th, 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm at the Education Lab, Jerome L. Greene Science Center

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**This event has been postponed in compliance with Columbia University's recommendation to minimize non-essential events that involve large groups of people for the next 30 days. The well-being of our community remains a top priority. Updates on Columbia University's guidance regarding COVID-19 response and campus operations can be found here.**

Join us for a FREE afternoon of hands-on neuroscience. Discover how animals use their brains to navigate the world around them, and what they can reveal about how we use our own brains.

Come meet Dr. Tessa Montague, a postdoctoral fellow at Columbia's Zuckerman Institute, and learn about her research on how cuttlefish use camouflage to survive!

This event is free with registration. Register now to guarantee entrance.

All entrances to the Jerome L. Greene Science Center are accessible. The south and west entrances can be accessed without stairs, while a lift is available from the east entrance.

Venue: the Education Lab, Jerome L. Greene Science Center
609 W 129th St, New York, NY 10027

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