Neuroscience Fair, Saturday, February 11, 2012 from 10am-5pm, https://www.msu.edu/~brainbee/fair.html
A Neuroscience Fair will be held in conjunction with the Brain Bee at MSU Competition. Teachers, students, and parents will be able to experience neuroscience first hand and hear from local celebrities in neuroscience. Experience cool neuroscience activities including hearing and seeing real neurons fire, learning how our senses can be tricked, and even touching a real human brain! Door prizes will be awarded, and the fair is free and open to the public.
Teachers: Come learn about affordable, simple ways of incorporating neuroscience into your classroom. Also, a special raffle will be held for teachers participating in the fair!
Biomedical Physical Sciences (BPS) Building
Corner of Farm Lane and Wilson
NOTE: You do not need to register to attend the Neuroscience Fair. It is open to the public
10:00: Neuroscience Art Contest Exhibition Opens
12:30: Keynote Address
Dr. Lynwood G. Clemens
. Professor of Zoology and Neuroscience at Michigan State University
. Recipient of the Daniel S. Lehrman Lifetime Achievement Award in Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
. Founding member of the Society of Behavioral Neuro-endocrinology annual meeting
1:00: Fair Exhibits Open
See Neuroscience in Action!
. Backyard Brains SpikerBoxes
. Taste sensation experiments
. Diseased brain specimens
. Many other exciting exhibits
4:00: Brain Bee and Art Contest Awards Ceremony
5:00: Fair Exhibits and Art Contest Exhibition Close