Berkeley Neuroscience | January 17th, 2017

Announcing the Radical Ideas in Brain Science Challenge

The Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute invites proposals for the inaugural Radical Ideas in Brain Science Challenge. Understanding that real breakthroughs in neuroscience will only happen at a university that can provide a united effort across vast disciplinary terrain – from the life sciences, to engineering, social sciences, humanities, and beyond – the Challenge will award […]

PhD student Christine Liu awarded $10,000 in Search for Hidden Figures contest

Inspired by the movie Hidden Figures, PepsiCo and 21st Century Fox partnered to find the next generation of women who will lead the way in STEM. Our search invited real-life women and girls who had yet to be recognized for their great work or potential in STEM to share their stories and compete for $50,000 […]

California Magazine | January 13th, 2017

People Are Strange When You’re Sleep Deprived

Got a lousy night’s sleep? Feeling kinda grouchy? Turns out waking up on the wrong side of the bed won’t just make you cranky. It will make others seem that way, too. A 2015 study from the UC Berkeley Sleep and Neuroimaging Laboratory found that a single sleepless night can fundamentally alter the way we […]

Berkeley News | December 20th, 2016

Pop-outs: How the brain extracts meaning from noise

When you’re suddenly able to understand someone despite their thick accent, or finally make out the lyrics of a song, your brain appears to be re-tuning to recognize speech that was previously incomprehensible. UC Berkeley neuroscientists have now observed this re-tuning in action by recording directly from the surface of a person’s brain as the […]

Big Thanks for your support

Thank you for your donations to Berkeley Neuroscience yesterday! UC Berkeley’s Big Give provides a tremendous boost to Berkeley students and faculty and we sincerely appreciate your support.

Berkeley Neuroscience News | November 16th, 2016

Spread the word to support #BerkeleyBrains during the 24 hour Cal Big Give

UC Berkeley’s Big Give is happening now! This one-day campus-wide fundraising blitz provides a tremendous boost to Berkeley students and faculty, and we hope you consider lending your support to our neuroscience efforts this year. Click here to make a donation. Unlocking the inner workings of the human brain and how it gives rise to […]

Neuroscientist Portrait Project: Malak El-Quessny

The following is part of the Neuroscientist Portrait Project, a look at the lives of neuroscientists inside vs. outside of the lab with an emphasis on highlighting the stories of those who are traditionally underrepresented in the sciences. Created by Christine Liu and sponsored by Berkeley Neuroscience. All photos by Reynaldo Cayetano Jr. Malak El-Quessny I study the […]

Berkeley Neuroscience News | November 14th, 2016

Kavli Frontiers of Science – Berkeley alums represent!

Bradley Voytek (HWNI alum of the Knight Lab), Fernando Perez (current LBNL faculty and HWNI affiliate) and Emily Goard Jacobs (HWNI alum of the D’Esposito lab) were named National Academy of Sciences Kavli Frontiers of Science Fellows. The Kavli Frontiers of Science symposium series (KFoS) is the Academy’s premiere activity for distinguished young scientists. Attendance […]

Neuroscientist Portrait Project: Dr. Joni Wallis

The following is part of the Neuroscientist Portrait Project, a look at the lives of neuroscientists inside vs. outside of the lab with an emphasis on highlighting the stories of those who are traditionally underrepresented in the sciences. Created by Christine Liu and sponsored by Berkeley Neuroscience. All photos by Reynaldo Cayetano Jr. Dr. Joni Wallis I’m a […]

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