Brain Mapping Panel
This was part of the second day of the sixth annual Washington Ideas Forum. held October 29-30, 2014, by The Atlantic and the Aspen Institute at the Harman Center for the Arts.
Innovator and philanthropist Mick Ebeling talked about brain mapping science. He discussed his inspiration for starting the non-profit organization Not Impossible Labs and showed a video, “Project Daniel,” about creating 3D prosthetic limbs for war victims in South Sudan. Then Jacopo Annese and Allan Jones discussed brain mapping science with James Hamblin.
People in this video
- Jacopo Annese Founder, Chair & CEO Institute for Brain and Society
Margaret Carlson Columnist Bloomberg News->View
Mick Ebeling Co-Founder Not Impossible Labs
James Hamblin M.D. Senior Editor Atlantic, The->Health
- Allan Jones Chief Executive Officer Allen Institute for Brain Science
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