Bill Glovin is Editor in Chief of Dana Press and Editor of Cerebrum.
Poetry of the BrainThis year’s winning entries on the 20th anniversary of the annual Neuroscience for Kids Poetry Contest
This year’s winning entries on the 20th anniversary of the annual Neuroscience for Kids Poetry Contest, which is designed to help kids learn about the brain through creative writing.
Editor’s Note: A Final Good-Bye
Words of thanks and farewell from Cerebrum Editor Bill Glovin
Imaging’s Groundbreaking Discovery: 30 Years LaterQ&A with Randy L. Buckner, Ph.D.
Q&A with Randy L. Buckner, Ph.D., on the road to discovering the default network, the pattern of brain activity triggered as we think about the past and the future.
A sampling of work by Dana Simmons, Ph.D., a neuroscientist who created works of art from the beauty she saw through the use of microscopy to study autism.
Beauty and the Brain
Since 2014, stunning imagery inspired by brain research has launched an annual art exhibition during Brain Awareness Week at the Icahn School of Medicine in NYC.
Between Thought and ExpressionThe Artwork of Greg Dunn
Greg Dunn was on his way to a Ph.D. in neuroscience at the University of Pennsylvania when he realized that bringing the brain’s beauty to life was a more suitable role for him than lab work.
Coben Reveals Secrets to Success
The Rubin’s latest Brainwave event, “The Science of Suspense,” invited novelist Harlan Coben to speak with David Eagleman about how memory, empathy, and human nature each play a role in his writing process.
The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science
Four panelists at the NYU Center for Data Science addressed the limitations of artificial intelligence and the ethical issues surrounding the collection of mass quantities of data.
SfN18: Pat Metheny at Dialogues Lecture
Pat Metheny, one of the world’s best-known jazz composers, guitar players, and band leaders, took to the stage to talk about his experience with music and how improvisation works in the brain.
Football Addresses Head Trauma
With football season around the corner, the NFL is enforcing new rules in an effort to reduce head trauma on the field.