Voting is open for the 2024 BRAIN Initiative Photo and Video Contest

We are excited to announce the opening of the voting period for the 2024 BRAIN Initiative Photo and Video Contest. Each year, we invite neuroscience researchers engaged with or interested in the BRAIN Initiative to submit their most creative, beautiful, and inspiring images or short videos of the brain. This year's contest received many excellent submissions. Now, it's your turn to participate in the decision-making process. We need your help identifying the photos and videos that best capture the creative spirit of the BRAIN Initiative. 

Cast your vote by June 3 on the 2024 BRAIN Photo and Video Contest webpage

The top three winners for each category will be announced during the 10th Annual BRAIN Initiative Conference and receive a certificate recognizing their exceptional accomplishments. Winners and finalists may also be featured in future products, such as BRAIN Initiative Alliance achievements articles, NIH and BRAIN Director’s Blog posts, and the annual BRAIN Initiative calendar.

Please help us spread the word about the contest and encourage others to vote by June 3! Let's make this year's competition the most engaging and exciting yet!

In case you haven’t registered yet for the Annual BRAIN Initiative Conference, sign up by May 31 if you’d like to attend in person. For those traveling, the room reservation cut-off date is May 19 at 6 p.m. ET. Registration and event information are available on the conference website. Join us in June and attend a robust agenda recognizing how a decade of BRAIN-funded science has changed the field of neuroscience.


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