Ariya Robinson watches the beating heart of a live zebrafish embryo under the microscope at Brain Blast! (photo by Susan Urmy)
The event featured 35 different ways to learn about the brain, guided by Vanderbilt neuroscience graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty members and other volunteers. More than 100 neuroscientists participated.
Talah Allous wears a "brain hat" she colored. (photo by Susan Urmy)
Javari Henderson uses his "brain power" (electrical signals) to control a fan that keeps a ball "floating" in air. (photo by Susan Urmy)
Brain Blast, co-sponsored by the Vanderbilt Neuroscience Student Organization and the Vanderbilt Brain Institute, is part of "Brainstorm 2011," a month-long series of public events about brain research.
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