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Daniel Levitin discusses how we make decisions, will power, and changing our behavior and actions.   Video How Thought Becomes Action
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Updated June 24, 2009
Rebecca Saxe discusses how our brains determine the right course of action and reject the bad ideas.   Video How the Brain Works
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Updated June 24, 2009
Professor Michael Gazzaniga discuss the impact of neuroscience and the legal system.   Video The Impact of Neuroscience on Our Sense of Justice
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Updated June 24, 2009
Rebecca Saxe discusses where morality exists in the brain and if it is a biological process.   Video Morality and the Brain
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Updated June 24, 2009
Sam Wang talks about how we make decisions and how sure are we that they are the right choice.   Video How Do We Make Decisions?
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Updated June 24, 2009
Daniel J. Levitin discusses how our brains create and observe art forms such as music and dance.   Video The Artistic Brain
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Updated June 24, 2009
Rebecca Saxe explains social cognition in greater detail.   Video How do we know social cognition exists?
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Updated June 24, 2009
Rebecca Saxe talks about the emerging field of social neuroscience.   Video What is social neuroscience?
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Updated June 24, 2009
Michael Gazzaniga talks about where our consciousness may come from in the brain.   Video Where is consciousness in the brain?
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Updated June 24, 2009
Daniel J. Levitin discusses the role of music in making our brains retain important information.   Video What can music tell us about memory?
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Updated June 24, 2009
Sam Wang discusses how our brains process information and command it to memory.   Video Sam Wang on vision, the brain and memory.
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Updated June 24, 2009
Sam Wang of Princeton University discusses the top challenges in neuroscience.   Video Sam Wang of Princeton University discusses the top challenges in neuroscience.
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Updated June 24, 2009
Professor Michael Gazzaniga discusses the impact of neuroscience and the legal system.   Video Professor Michael Gazzaniga discusses the impact of neuroscience and the legal system.
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Updated June 24, 2009
MIT professor Rebecca Saxe discusses the challenges and promise of neuroscience today.   Video MIT professor Rebecca Saxe discusses the challenges and promise of neuroscience today.
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Updated June 24, 2009
Discover Magazine's Carl Zimmer gives an overview of neuroscience today.   Video In this interview, Discover magazine's Carl Zimmer gives an overview of neuroscience today
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Updated June 24, 2009
A real scan of a human brain.   Image Neuroscience researchers are beginning to unravel some of the mysteries of how our brains work.
Updated June 24, 2009
Photo of Peter Lawrence pointing to landcover changes on a computer screen.   Image Peter Lawrence points to land-cover changes in a computer simulation.
Updated June 24, 2009
Photo of graduate students working at a classroom table.   Image In 2007, enrollment in U.S. science and engineering graduate programs was up 3.3 percent.
Updated June 24, 2009
Photo of the UEE small-scale algae oil biodiesel production system that uses a solid catalyst.   Image This UEE small-scale algae oil biodiesel production system uses a solid catalyst.
Updated June 24, 2009
Photo of Ben Wen holding algae biodiesel that was produced using a new solid catalyst method.   Image Ben Wen holds a sample of algae biodiesel that was produced using a new solid catalyst method.
Updated June 24, 2009
illustration showing gene's role in parasite infection.   Image Variation in the same gene affects rate of parasite infection in both humans and baboons.
Updated June 24, 2009
High speed video of freely falling granular stream.   Video High speed video of freely falling granular stream.
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Updated June 24, 2009
High-speed photograph of fluidized dry granular particles.   Image Low levels of surface tension cause water-like droplet formation in flows of dry granular materials.
Updated June 24, 2009
People holding umbrellas in rainy weather.   Image Without weather forecasts, city-dwellers may be taken by surprise when rain sweeps in.
Updated June 23, 2009
Photo of University of Colorado Engineering Professor Tom Chase working at his computer.   Image University of Colorado engineering professor Tom Chase works at his computer.
Updated June 19, 2009
Map of the United States showing the TeraGrid that connects 11 supercomputer centers.   Image The NSF-funded TeraGrid program connects the computational resources of 11 supercomputer centers.
Updated June 19, 2009
Photo of the researchers collecting fossil leaves from a site in East Greenland.   Image Fossil leaves were collected by the research team from a site in East Greenland.
Updated June 18, 2009
Photo of ancient fossil leaves.   Image Ancient fossil leaves tell a story of sudden loss of biodiversity that may have future parallels.
Updated June 18, 2009
Cover of June 19, 2009 Science magazine.   Image The researchers' findings are published in the June 19, 2009, issue of the journal Science.
Updated June 18, 2009
Photo showing the interface between a sunspot's central and outer regions.   Image The interface between a sunspot's central and outer regions shows a complex structure.
Updated June 18, 2009
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