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ISB's Town Hall panel on "Demystifying the Brain."

ISB’s Town Hall panel on “Demystifying the Brain.”


ISB held a panel discussion at Town Hall to discuss the complexity of the brain. It was a thought-provoking evening that attracted about 200 attendees. If you can’t see the embedded video, click on this link: Town Hall video

Read Karlyn Beer’s column in Xconomy on why systems biology is necessary for tackling the complexity of the brain.

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