Public voting for the 2023 Show Us Your BRAINs! Photo and Video Contest is now open

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Help us select the winners for this year’s contest by casting your vote through June 2!

Each year, we invite all those engaged with or interested in the Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies® Initiative, or The BRAIN Initiative®, regardless of career stage, to submit their most fantastic, artistic, and eye-catching images or short videos of the brain to the Show Us Your BRAINs! Photo and Video Contest.  

Thanks to all of you who have entered the contest. The top photos and videos from this year’s submissions have been selected. Now it is your chance to be a part of the decision-making process! We need your help to determine which photos and videos best capture the creative spirit of the BRAIN Initiative.  

The voting is open to the public until June 2. 

You are limited to one vote per photo andvideo per day. If you vote on a given photo orvideo more than once in a day, only your initial vote will be recorded. The top three winners for each category will be announced during the 9th Annual BRAIN Initiative Meeting. Winners of the contest will receive a certificate recognizing their accomplishment and have their entries featured in The Art of the BRAIN snapshot article. In addition, winners and finalists might have a chance to be featured in the 2024 BRAIN Initiative calendar.  

Help us spread the word on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook and choose the winners for this year’s contest!   

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