"Bias in the Academy: From Neural Networks to Social Networks." A day-long Emory symposium, featuring guest speakers in psychology from New York University, the University of Delaware and Stanford, along with Emory scholars of race and difference and ethics. The event starts at 9 am at the Emory School of Medicine, room 110.
"Using New Technology for Peace." Information technology is changing how non-governmental organizations do their work, from streamlining election observation to using social media to map the evolution of armed groups. A panel of experts will discuss these issues at The Carter Center, at 7 pm.
Tuesday, December 17
"Creating False Memories in the Brain." Emory's Neuroethics Journal Club will meet for a discussion led by Chemistry graduate student Katie Strong on a research article. For details, and to reserve a spot, RSVP to email@example.com.
|"Science Trivia Challenge: Newtonmas 2013."|
"Science Trivia Challenge: Newtonmas 2013." Join the Atlanta Science Tavern for its popular team trivia competition. Student teams are welcome. At Manuel's Tavern at 7 pm.
Friday and Saturday, January 3 and 4
"Scientist Turned Comedian Tim Lee." A comic with a PhD, Tim Lee is known for his cerebral brand of humor infused with science. He has been described as a cross between "your high school chemistry teacher and George Carlin." At 8 pm at Georgia Tech's DramaTech Theater. Tickets required.
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Center for Mind, Brain and Culture
Frontiers in Neuroscience Seminars
Math and Computer Science
Rollins School of Public Health
School of Medicine: Medical Grand Rounds
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