Neurophilosophy

NeuroTV at UCSD

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UCSD-TV, the local television station broadcast by the University of California at San Diego, has a series called Grey Matters, which is devoted to neuroscience.

To date, fifteen full-length presentations have been produced for the series, all of which are availabe online in RealPlayer at the UCSD-TV website. They can also be viewed on the UCTV YouTube Channel, along with the other programs produced (all 1,800+ of them).

The programs in the neuroscience series cover topics such as autism, aging, decision making, neural stem cells, perception, and development and evolution of the brain.

Comments

  1. #1 Adam
    March 12, 2008

    I think the funny thing is, I’m a neuroscience grad student at UCSD and I’ve never heard anything about this.

  2. #2 Dan
    March 12, 2008

    Thanks for bringing our attention to this great lecture searies!

    These have not been publicized enough: even on the UCSD campus. The lectures have been good, and are primarily intended for a lay audience (from what I can tell).

    Even as a UCSD Bio grad student, I had to do some work to find these, but I’ve gotten a chance to see some of them. Grey Matters is the second in a series of (so far) three seminar series: Science Matters and Evolution Matters.

    http://ucsd.tv/sciencematters/
    http://ucsd.tv/evolutionmatters/

  3. #3 Wes
    March 12, 2008

    I think they are coming out with more lectures soon!

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