Université de Bordeaux
LabEx BRAINBordeaux Region Aquitaine Initiative for Neurosciences
Cluster of excellence

Communication to the general public

Grand_publicOne of the objectives of LabEx BRAIN is to open the doors of Bordeaux neuroscience laboratories and to share  knowledge of neuroscientists with the general public. LabEx BRAIN supports many events organized each year to make science more accessible to all!

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NBA

> Neuroscience in Bordeaux Association

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The Neuroscience in Bordeaux Association (NBA) was created in 2012 by and for students in Neuroscience of Bordeaux.

LabEx BRAIN supports this student association that contributes to the dissemination of scientific knowledge in Neuroscience to the general public through the organization of Neurodon and Pint of Science.

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DDS

> Dealers de Science

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Dealers de Science is a student association created in October 2009 which brings together students of the professional master's degree "Information et Médiation Scientifique et Technique" (IMST) of the University of Bordeaux Montaigne. This master's degree is also co-authorized by the University of Bordeaux.

This student association requested LabEx BRAIN to organize a scientific event on the theme of brain.

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FDS

> Science Festival

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Annual event which is an essential part of scientific culture, the Science Festival invites young and old to observe, experiment, question and exchange in order to understand the impact of science on their daily lives. It provides keys to understanding, in a playful way, through experiences, meetings, debates... In a word, it arouses curiosity!

LabEx BRAIN supports this event which gives the opportunity to many high school and college students to visit our laboratoriesparticipate to scientific workshops, interact with those who practice science on a daily basis and discover the research jobs...

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SDC

> Brain Week

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Organized every year in March since 1998, the Brain Week is coordinated in France by the Société des Neurosciences.

LabEx BRAIN supports this international event, organized simultaneously in about 100 countries and more than 120 cities in France, which aims to raise awareness among the general public of the importance of brain research. It is an opportunity for many researchers, doctors and student volunteers to meet the public and share with them the advances made in neuroscience research laboratories, to present the challenges for brain knowledge and the implications for our society.

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