Q: What is the ARC Centre of Excellence for Integrative Brain Function?
A: The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Integrative Brain Function is an Australia-wide team of brain researchers tackling the challenge of understanding how the human brain interacts with the world. You can find more information about the Centre at brainfunction.edu.au.
Q: How do I get my brain-related event up on The Brain Dialogue’s Events page?
A: If you have a conference, public event, workshop, or any other brain-related event that you think would be suitable for The Brain Dialogue’s Events page, please send event details, including a lay summary of the event, and then email it with a compelling image to email@example.com
This service is available for all suitable brain-related events, regardless of whether they are sponsored or run by the Centre of Excellence for Integrative Brain Function.
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