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1 CNBC Researchers Extract the Brain’s Internal Model
2 CNBC Professor Tai Sing Lee Receives $12M Grant
3 John Anderson awarded a 2016 Atkinson Prize in Psychological and Cognitive Sciences from the National Academy of Sciences
4 Carnegie Mellon Develops New Method for Analyzing Synaptic Density
5 Elucidating the Motor Code
6 Difficulty Processing Speech May Be an Effect of Dyslexia, Not a Cause
7 Training by Repetition Actually Prevents Learning for Those With Autism
8 Friend of the CNBC Award
9 CNBC and BrainHub Interim Leadership Announcements
10 New Information Is Easier To Learn When Composed of Familiar Elements
11 CMU CNBC Scientists Visualize Critical Part of Basal Ganglia Pathways
12 CMU CNBC researchers awarded NSF Grant To Study Neuron Variability and Motor Learning
13 CMU CNBC researchers awarded Curci Grant
14 Chirimuuta offers an overview of philosophy’s approach to the problem of color
15 Marlene Behrmann Elected To National Academy of Sciences
16 Pain Fine Tunes the Brain
17 Neuronal Menagerie: CMU CNBC researchers create large database of neurons and their properties.
18 CNBC Faculty member Marlene Cohen receives 2015 University of Pittsburgh Chancellor’s Distinguished Research Award
19 Teaching Science to the Brain: Carnegie Mellon Scientists Discover How the Brain Learns the Way Things Work
20 Distinguished University of Pittsburgh Professor of Computational Biology and Professor of Mathematics receives $100,000 Mathematical Neuroscience Prize
21 Carnegie Mellon Professor and CNBC Faculty Member Timothy Verstynen Identified A New Way Several Brain Areas Communicate
22 Analysis of Neural Data in the Brain Initiative
23 Carnegie Mellon University Research Lab Finds Intermediary Neuron Acts as Synaptic Cloaking Device
24 Bringing Texture to Flat Touchscreens: Carnegie Mellon and Northwestern Researchers Provide New Insight Into How Brain Understands Data From Fingers
25 MIT's Ed Boyden To Receive Andrew Carnegie Prize in Mind and Brain Sciences
26 Carnegie Mellon, Weizmann Institute Researchers Discover "Idiosyncratic" Brain Patterns in Autism
27 Brain Research Shows Different Pathways Are Responsible for Person and Movement Recognition
28 CNBC faculty member Julie Fiez gives Unboxed Talk
29 Carnegie Mellon's John R. Anderson To Attend White House Workshop on Bridging Neuroscience and Learning
30 International Research Effort Gives Neuroscientists Better Feeling About Sense of Touch
31 CNBC faculty Walter Schneider gives Unboxed Talk
32 20th Anniversay Celebration
33 A Face to Remember
34 CNBC faculty member Verstynen is co-author on an entertaining book which uses zombies to help illustrate human neuroscience
35 CNBC Faculty Tokowicz’s Monograph on Lexical Processing and Second Language Acquisition
36 PA Congressman Fattah Commemorates 20th Anniversary of Pittsburgh's Center for Neural Basis of Cognition
37 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Mark Roth To Receive First Friend of the CNBC Award
38 Neurons and Other Memories" Opens at CMU's Miller Gallery
39 Carnegie Mellon, University of Pittsburgh Celebrate 20 Years of Advancing Brain Research Through Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition
40 Brain Researchers at White House
41 Carnegie Mellon Team Awarded NSF Grant to Combine Biophysical and Statistical Models of Neuronal Computation
42 Flexing the Brain: Carnegie Mellon, Pitt Scientists Discover Why Learning Tasks Can Be Difficult
43 CMU Launches BrainHub
44 Neuroscience and Big Data: Carnegie Mellon's Byron M. Yu Describes How To Find Simplicity in the Brain
45 Haven't I Seen This Before?" Researchers Show How Neurons Respond to Sequences of Familiar Objects
46 IGN Taps Carnegie Mellon Startup Neon Labs for 30 Percent Boost in Video Views
47 Carnegie Mellon's Rob Kass Details How Statisticians Are Imperative To Advance Federal BRAIN Initiative
48 Danielle Rager is awarded a Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship
49 New Major In Neuroscience
50 Diego Pafundo Receives Grant from the Knights Templar Eye Foundation
51 CNBC faculty member Tai Sing Lee was featured in this Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article.
52 Ricardo Dolmetsch To Receive Andrew Carnegie Prize in Mind and Brain Sciences
53 Skills in Action
54 CNBC graduate student, Suchitra Ramachandran has placed 2nd in the CMU Three Minute Thesis competition
55 Marlene Behrmann to receive the George A. and Helen Dunham Cowan Professorship in Cognitive Neuroscience
56 Marlene Cohen Selected as Recipient of a 2014 Sloan Research Fellowship
57 Press Release: Carnegie Mellon's Roberta Klatzky To Receive Queenan Professorship in Psychology
58 Carnegie Mellon's Timothy Verstynen Earns NSF CAREER Award To Study How the Brain Learns Complex Sequence Skills
59 A Psychology Breakthrough: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Use Sensory Integration Model To Understand Unconscious Priming
60 NFL, UPMC Announce First-Round Winners of $20 million "Head Health Challenge."
61 Pitt Establishes Brain Institute to Unlock Mysteries of the Brain, Discover Novel Therapies
62 Press Release: Carnegie Mellon's J. David Creswell Receives American Psychological Association Early Career Award
63 Marlene Behrmann Succeeds Michael J. Tarr as CMU Co-Director of the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition
64 November Research Round-Up
65 The many layers of specification and plasticity in the neocortex.
66 Two scientists try to answer the question: How would the inside of a zombie's head look?
67 6. Origins of correlated spiking in the mammalian olfactory bulb.
68 Mysteries of the Mind: Researchers work to unravel causes of autism
69 Absorbing Information
70 Brain gain: How our region will benefit from the federal BRAIN initiative
71 Tour Your Future: Department of Biological Sciences at CMU
72 Press Release: Carnegie Mellon Appoints Marlene Behrmann New Co-Director of Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition
73 Press Release: Michael J. Tarr To Head Carnegie Mellon's Department of Psychology
74 CNBC Researchers Identify Changes in Motor Cortex After Extended Exercise of Motor Skills
75 July Research Round-Up
76 Pacific Rim: Robots in the Real World
77 CNBC Postdocs Win Best Poster Presentation Award
78 May Research Round-Up
79 CNBC Alumna named one of Inc. Magazine's 10 Women to Watch in Tech
80 Neuroscientists Make Discovery; Could Lead to Better Understanding of Learning and Memory
81 Steven Chase Selected as a 2013-2014 Wimmer Faculty Fellow at the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation
82 Carnegie Mellon Joins Launch of NSF-Sponsored Alliance To Mentor African-American Computer Scientists
83 Carnegie Mellon To Present NIMH's Leslie Ungerleider With Andrew Carnegie Prize in Mind and Brain Sciences
84 Research Round-Up: April
85 Peter Strick Recipient of 2013 Chancellor's Award
86 Press Release: Carnegie Mellon’s Lori Holt Wins National Academy of Sciences Troland Research Award
87 Woman With Quadriplegia Feeds Herself Chocolate Using Mind-Controlled Robot Arm
88 Carnegie Mellon's Alison Barth Receives Memory and Cognitive Disorders Award From McKnight Endowment Fund for Neuroscience
89 Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition Researchers Find That Parietal Neurons Code for Emotional Salience
90 The Cognitive Neuroscience of Zombies
91 Two New CNBC faculty honored by Eppendorf/Science Prize
92 Next Generation Medical Imaging Workshop September 5-6, 2012
93 Startup Uses Neuroscience To Improve Online Video Clicks
94 New CNBC and Psychology hire Tim Verstynen featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education
95 Carnegie Mellon University's Shawn Kelly Develops Novel Technologies To Restore Vision
96 Inaugural Lecture by Peter L. Strick, Ph.D.
97 Valence Perception
98 Rothberg Award Recipient and CNBC Undergrad Presents at TEDx
99 CNBC student Shreejoy Tripathy to attend Allen Brain Institute Hackathon
100 Peter Strick Elected to the National Academy of Sciences
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