Taste of Science: Consciousness

Title: Taste of Science: Consciousness

Date and time:  Sunday, March 11, 2018 // 7:00 PM 10:00 PM

Location:  DROM, 85 Avenue A New York, NY, 10009 United States

Registration: https://tasteofscience.org/new-york-events/consciousness Free (donations accepted)

Audience: Young adults, Older adults

Information: Consciousness: scientists and philosophers have puzzled over it for centuries, but struggle to agree on its definition. It allows us to relate and respond to our surroundings and ourselves, but how does the brain create it and what happens when our awareness becomes disrupted? Join us, and our guests Drs. Jean-Rémi King (NYU) and Mark Baxter (Mt. Sinai), as we explore the power and vulnerability of the brain at our special Brain Awareness Week event. Learn how neuroscientists identify the brain architecture that underpins consciousness. Discover how drugs, like anesthesia, affect the conscious experience. Play neuroscience-inspired interactive games, while altering your brain chemistry with your beverage of choice!

Link to more information/websitehttps://tasteofscience.org/new-york-events/consciousness