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February 23, 2012

Sebastian Seung at the Caroline Werner Gannett Series Lectures




Dr. Sebastian Seung, author of the new book, Connectome: How the Brain's Wiring Makes Us Who We Are gives a talk at the Caroline Werner Gannett Series Lectures.  His talk "Searching for the Self, in the Brain's Connections" explores many of the topics of his book, and other issues of neuroscience.

Seung is also the leader of the Eyewire Project, a crowd sourced project to help map the neural connections of the mouse retina, a subsection of the mouse connectome.




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