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Third Meeting of the BRAIN MCWG Neuroethics Division
Ethics Engagement in a Neural Engineering Lab: Brain-computer and scientist-ethicist interfaces
28th ANPA Annual Meeting
3rd International Conference on Neuroethics (ICONE3)
The 22nd annual observance of Brain Awareness Week will be March 13-19, 2017. Coordinated by the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives, the campaign aims to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research. Several INS members will be participating with the following activities.
Sex, Lies and Brain Scans: Can Scans Reveal What Goes on in Our Minds?
Ethical Challenges from Emerging Neurotechnology: Humans and Intelligent Devices in Interaction
The lights are off; is anyone home? The ethics of hidden consciousness
If you or your institution will be organizing an event, discussion or debate during Brain Awareness Week, March 13-19, 2017, please let us know by completing the news / event form and we will share with our international members and neuroethics leaders.
The INS is participating in the British Neuroscience Association's BNA2017 Festival of Neuroscience to be held April 10-13 in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
Nick Davis, Manchester Metropolitan University, will give a public talk titled "Using brain science to boost behaviour" on April 11 (10:00–11:45am) at the Birmingham Rep Theatre.
Sir Colin Blakemore, University of London, and Irene Tracey, University of Oxford, will lead a discussion forum on "Brain research, ethics, policy and society" on April 13 (10:40–11:40am) at the ICC Birmingham.
The Neural Basis of Political Behavior Workshop
IX Edition of the International Scientific Conference on Neuroethics and Fourth Conference of the Italian Society for Neuroethics
International Bioethics Retreat
Seventh Cambridge Consortium for Bioethics Education
2017 Annual Meeting of the NIMH Outreach Partnership Program
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