The Inventio!Brains Prize is a 2015 GGI Advocacy Initiative . . .
We aim to incentivize arts and neuroscience research in our youth
This year’s Inventio!Brains Prize is cash award + a one day lab visit to the Zak Lab at the Center for Neuroeconomic Studies. The prize will go to a collaborative team of budding architects, artists, neuroscientists and technologists to innovate in brain / mind research.
Challenge Research Themes for 2015:
Attention Automation (aka Gaming) and Addiction
Who’s Eligible: Collaborative teams of undergrads or graduating seniors majoring in neuroscience, architecture, arts & technology or areas of computational / gaming technology under the aegis of a mentor from a college, university or high school lab or studio.
Inventio!Brains Prize winners will receive recognition as a GGI Fellow. This includes opportunities to be in dialogue with the GGI Brain Trust Advisory Board made up of our award-winning researchers in neuroscience, bio-ethics, bio-engineering, urban youth education research, architecture and performing arts.
Research Designs and Projects will be juried by select members from the GGI Brain Trust and members from the professional neuroscience, architecture and arts and technology community. A selected round of finalists will be interviewed by the juried board.
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