Our Seattle Arts and Lectures series, Hacking the Brain to Reveal, Repair, Rebuild, launched on October 1 with a mind-bogglingly fun and informative talk from Phil Horner about the use of stem cells to repair spinal cord. The series continues on October 22 with a talk by Beth Buffalo on the remarkable spatial coding properties of the hippocampus, for which the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology was awarded, and how we may be able to intervene to enhance memory. Sneak previews promise a fascinating evening. Spread the word to family and friends!

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