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Science writer Kayt Sukel shares tips on how to make complex brain research clear and understandable.
Neuroscientist Bill Griesar, Ph.D., and artist Jeff Leake, M.F.A., talk about building N.W. Noggin and how to reach and inspire audiences.
Eric H. Chudler, Ph.D., works with other neuroscientists and classroom teachers to develop educational materials to help K-12 students learn about the brain.
Michael Burman, Ph.D., offers advice on how to organize a successful brain fair for the public.
Heather McKellar, Ph.D., offers tips on how to grow your program’s audiences and build relationships in your area for a greater reach.