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Chicago Brain Bee open to area high-schoolers
Lake Forest College will host the 2017 Chicago Brain Bee on Saturday, February 11, a competition to test neuroscience knowledge among area high school and home-schooled students, grades 9 through 12.
Sponsored by The Society for Neuroscience Chicago Chapter, the Chicago Brain Bee competition will cover such topics as cells of the nervous system and how they communicate with one another, neuroanatomy, brain-behavior relationships—the neural basis of learning and memory, emotion, stress, sleep—and neurological diseases.
Every year more than 50 local Brain Bees are held throughout the U.S. Local winners are invited to participate in the U.S. National Brain Bee competition. The national winner will compete in the International Brain Bee.
Registration deadline is January 23. Click here to register.