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The Tulane Undergraduate Research in Neuroscience: Exploring the Mysteries of the Brain

For such a small organ, it is a source of some wonder that the study of the brain is so large. Now one of the fastest-growing areas of medical and biological research, neuroscience is a top career choice for aspiring physicians and researchers seeking to enter graduate-level work.

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2016 FIRST® Robotics Bayou Regional
8 AM – 5 PM • Thursday, March 17 – Saturday, March 19, 2016
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8th Annual Science and Engineering Alumni Awards Celebration
6 PM – 8 PM • Thursday, April 7, 2016
Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life – Room 215 – 1834 Club
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Alumnus Wins $1 Million in Robotics Competition

Alumnus Wins $1 Million in Robotics Competition

Movie robots are often more science fiction than science fact. Unlike the intelligent robots of A.I. and Chappie, real ones developed in engineering labs tend to be slow, clumsy and incapable of making good decisions on their own. Tulane University alumnus Ken Ford, director of the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC), is working to change that.

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