Have you ever wondered how memories are formed, and how memory arises from the information rich context of the surroundings? For deep exploration into the cellular and molecular mechanisms that process and store information in the brain, neuroscientist Brandon J. Woods has prepared a succinct, yet compelling talk for your intellectual entertainment and enrichment. Through Brandon’s passion for molecular biology, and his unique talents to inspire and communicate, he is certain to provide you with an educationally motivating experience that will consume your curiosity for the wonders of memory formation and neuroscience.
Biology,Brain,Cognitive Science,DNA,Genetics,Human Body,Information,Intelligence,Memory,Molecular Biology,Neuroscience,Psychology,Science As a neuroscientist at Harvard Medical School and a multi-talent, Brandon’s career lies at an intersection of science, music, film, writing, and education. Consequently, his life story is about pushing the boundary of what is possible. For him, neuroscience is more than a set of principals arising from data backed premises. Rather, neuroscience is a discipline that we can come to appreciate and apply in the daily lives as we reach for the dreams. brandonjwoods.com This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at ted.com/tedx