Neuroscience Learning

Allen Brain Map
A project of the Seattle-based Allen Institute for Brain Science, the online atlas offers researchers a powerful new tool to understand where and how genes are at work in the brain. That could help them find new clues to conditions rooted in the brain, such as Alzheimer's disease, autism and mental-health disorders like depression.  Link

Brain Facts is an authoritative source of information about the brain and nervous system for the public. is an initiative of the Society for Neuroscience, the Kavli Foundation, and the Gatsby Charitable Foundation. Link

Brain Science Podcast
Brain Science Podcast with Dr. Ginger Campbell. Since 2006, Brain Science has been exploring how recent discoveries in neuroscience are unraveling the mystery of how our brain makes us human. Link

Knowing Neurons
A creative neuroscience education website by young neuroscientists. Link

McGill – The Brain from Top to Bottom
This site was and is developed, researched, and written by Bruno Dubuc since 2002.  It is a magnificent resource for learning about the brainThis site is dedicated to Henri Laborit, who is quoted, consistent with the messages and purpose of Good Wolf, as saying:

How are we to hope that, one day, the ‘man’ that we all carry within us might free himself from the animal that we also carry within us, if he is never informed about how this admirable mechanism called his nervous system works? How are we to hope that we shall see the disappearance of destructive aggression, hate, violence and war? Is it not essential to show him how science views as petty and ridiculous those feelings he has often been taught to regard as the most noble, without telling him that it is only because they are the ones most useful for preserving social groups and classes, whereas the creative imagination, a fundamental characteristic of his brain, is, to say the least, usually absolutely not required to make an honest man and a good citizen? 

- Henri Laborit (1914-1995), L'agressivité détournée, p. 8 


Serendip – Brain and Behavior
Serendip is an independent site partnering with faculty at multiple colleges and universities around the world. Happy exploring! Link