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Farahany Addresses Criminal Law, Brain Science

In this NBC News story, DIBS Faculty Network Member Nita Farahany, Duke Law School, discusses how more criminal defendants are looking to neuroscience as a mitigating factor in their crimes.

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Challenging How People Think about 'Normal'

The Honourable Mike Lake’s Twitter account description neatly sums up his busy life: “Canadian Conservative Member of Parliament for Edmonton-Wetaskiwin. Shadow Minister for Youth, Sport and Accessibility. #Autism parent. @EdmontonOilers fan.

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Neuro- immunology & Glia Group Symposium Held April 24

This annual symposium brought together basic science and clinical researchers to focus on the mechanisms by which glial cells - microglia, astrocytes and oligodendrocytes - critically modulate injury and disease processes within the CNS via their interactions with neural development, signaling, a

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