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Photo of Alexis Webb, in brain hat and in front of an actual brain, answering a visitor's question.

Alexis Webb, in brain hat and standing before an actual brain, answers a visitor's question about differences between healthy brains and those with Alzheimer's-like pathology.

Credit: Elisa J. Israel, Saint Louis Science Center


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Scenes from The Real World - Neuroscience.

A behind-the-scenes video following participants in "The Real World - Neuroscience" as they work in their labs and talk about what it means to be a scientist was shown.

Credit: Elisa J. Israel, Saint Louis Science Center


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Photo of graduate students assisting a visitor in applying electrodes measuring eye movements.

Jennifer Semrau (left) and Kim McArthur assist a visitor in applying electrodes that will measure eye movements.

Credit: Erik Herzog, Washington University


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