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Brain Science for a Better Future

We advance neuroscience that benefits society and reflects the aspirations of all people through grants that support interdisciplinary, cross-sectoral, collaborative work at the interface between neuroscience and fields such as education, law, policy, and public engagement.

  • Amount
    $5,000
    Grantee
    BioBus
    To continue support for BioBus’ Brain Awareness Week programming targeting underserved and underrepresented populations in New York City.
    Year
    2024
    Program
    Dana Education
  • Amount
    $35,000
    Grantee
    International Brain Bee
    Supporting the International Brain Bee’s virtual World Championship and new IBB NextGen champion's event.
    Year
    2023
    Program
    Dana Education
  • Amount
    $15,000
    Grantee
    International Neuroethics Society (INS)
    This grant supported the 2023 International Neuroethics Society (INS) Neuroethics Essay Contest open to secondary and postsecondary students, postdocs, and trainees throughout the world.
    Year
    2023
    Program
    Dana Education,Dana NextGen
  • Amount
    $115,070
    Grantee
    University of Washington
    Supporting the University of Washington to create a new education program for older adults called the Brain Health Learning Network.
    Year
    2023
    Program
    Dana Education
  • Amount
    $137,504
    Grantee
    Columbia University Zuckerman Institute
    Supporting Columbia University’s Big Topics in Neuroscience for Young Minds: A Middle School STEM Educator Workshop.
    Year
    2023
    Program
    Dana Education
  • Amount
    $16,500
    Grantee
    Science Live Productions Inc.
    To continue support for two Secret Science Club/Dana Foundation collaborative talks on issues and topics within neuroscience and society.
    Year
    2023
    Program
    Dana Education

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