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Press Release 10-021
Reporters Invited to NSF's Celebration of Five Leading Science and Technology Centers

Reporters may attend the event in Arlington, Va., on Feb. 5, or view selected coverage via webcast

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Photo of two undergrads participate in an STC summer research program.

Research is conducted as part of Behavioral Research Advancements in Neuroscience (BRAIN)--the hallmark program of the undergraduate education arm of the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience. The program consists of a 10-week summer research and education experience. BRAIN grows naturally from the scientific and education missions of the Center's member institutions, which are committed to increasing student interest in behavioral neuroscience and, ultimately, in research and other science careers (e.g. science policy, science education, and science journalism).

Credit: Georgia State University


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Photo of a student looking into a microscope and another student seated.

Laboratory research, field work, seminars and mentoring are featured in the summer research program known as Behavioral Research Advancements in Neuroscience (BRAIN)--the hallmark program of the undergraduate education arm of the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience.

Credit: Georgia State University


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Photo of a student conducting research.

STC education programs target K-12 students, undergrads, grad students and community members.

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