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Musical notes on neuroscience

2013: A Brain Wave Symphony?

2013: A Brain Wave Symphony?

Just about everyone appreciates music, but music that results from a creative implementation of sound can be especially compelling. Human beings are inventive creatures who discover a myriad of ways to innovate in the musical realm.

January 7, 2013 — Princess Ojiaku
2013: A Brain Wave Symphony?

2013: A Brain Wave Symphony?

Just about everyone appreciates music, but music that results from a creative implementation of sound can be especially compelling. Human beings are inventive creatures who discover a myriad of ways to innovate in the musical realm.

January 7, 2013 — Princess Ojiaku
Moving into the Wisconsin Idea

Moving into the Wisconsin Idea

Dear Readers, it’s been quite awhile since I last wrote. In the intervening time, North Carolina Central University deemed me a Master of Biology, I traveled to see friends and family, and I moved to Madison, Wisconsin to start school in the Neuroscience and Public Policy program (NPP) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

October 2, 2012 — Princess Ojiaku
Moving into the Wisconsin Idea

Moving into the Wisconsin Idea

Dear Readers, it's been quite awhile since I last wrote.In the intervening time, North Carolina Central University deemed me a Master of Biology, I traveled to see friends and family, and I moved to Madison, Wisconsin to start school in the Neuroscience and Public Policy program (NPP) at the University of Wisconsin - Madison.

October 2, 2012 — Princess Ojiaku
Madness Redefined at the World Science Festival

Madness Redefined at the World Science Festival

Virginia Woolf. John Keats. Emily Dickinson. Edgar Allen Poe. All are considered brilliant writers, and all were considered to be mad. Quotes from these great writers flashed on the screen as the event opened.

June 3, 2012 — Princess Ojiaku
I’m at the 2012 World Science Festival!

I’m at the 2012 World Science Festival!

The 2012 World Science Festival runs from May 30 – June 3, and I am here in New York City attending some of the events. Last night I got the chance to attend Icarus at the Edge of Time, a film that featured a score composed by Philip Glass and performed live by Orchestra of [...]

May 31, 2012 — Princess Ojiaku
Musical tweets for a listening machine

Musical tweets for a listening machine

I’ve been swamped lately with finishing up my master’s thesis and have been tweeting occasional gripes and self-created hashtags about the process.

May 21, 2012 — Princess Ojiaku
Friday virtual mixtape: I am a (mad) scientist

Friday virtual mixtape: I am a (mad) scientist

The first time I felt like a real scientist was when I started working in a neurobiology lab for the first time as an undergraduate. Running experiments, wearing a lab coat, and working with my hands to apply the things I’d learned about in my classes were all thrilling and novel experiences.

March 16, 2012 — Princess Ojiaku

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