2016 BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK MARCH 14-20, PARIS, FRANCE

FRANCE NATIONAL BRAIN BEE BLOG IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Efforts are underway for the first Paris Brain Bee (PBB) to take place early 2017. A limited number of schools and students will be able to participate. For information about the 2017 PBB, how to sign up your school or student, to volunteer, sponsor or to support our efforts, please click here

INTERNATIONAL BRAIN BEE: For more information about the International Brain Bee, click here.  For  information about Brain Bee Chapters around the world, click here. For information about the German Brain Bee, click here.

THE 2016 INTERNATIONAL BRAIN BEE COMPETITION: The 2016 International Brain Bee competition will take place from June 29th – July 4th in Copenhagen, Denmark, as part of the  annual Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) conference, where the National Brain Bee Champions from all over the world will be recognized during the Opening Ceremony.

2016 INTERNATIONAL BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK IS MARCH 14-20. To join activities for Brain Awareness Week (la Semaine du Cerveau) in and around Paris, click here. For specific information about activities at the Palais de la Découverte, click here.

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BRAIN ART AT THE AMERICAN LIBRARY IN PARIS: March 7, 2015 – In celebration of Brain Awareness Week, the Library was pleased to present a special exhibition titled Brains in Paint, which featured artwork created by children ages 8-12 during a Library workshop facilitated by Shannon Connelly on 7 March 2015.

Prior to being displayed at the Library, children’s artwork was on exhibition at the  Palais de la Découverte during Brain Awareness Week, 16-22 March 2015. Click here for more photos.

Brain Awareness Week (BAW) is the global campaign to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research. Every March, BAW unites the efforts of partner organizations worldwide in a celebration of the brain for people of all ages. 2017 Brain Awareness Week is scheduled for 13-19 March 2017.

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