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19 March, 2019
in Neuroscience News
The 9th annual Art of Neuroscience competition is now open for submissions.
The Art of Neuroscience is an international competition open to scientists and artists worldwide. The committee is looking for striking visualizations related to the field of neuroscience in its broadest sense. Submissions can include images or videos representing actual neural data or tissue, but also more abstract visualizations, sculptures or even musical scores that are in some way related to concepts about nervous tissue, the brain or cognition.
The deadline for this year's competition is 15 May 2019. The winner will be awarded €1,000. Four runners up (honorable mentions) will be selected and awarded a €250 prize.
To submit your work, please register on the Art of Neuroscience website. After registration is validated, you can login to submit your work.
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