In addition to our scientific events and network news, QBIN is dedicated to making bio-imaging research accessible to everyone (not just scientists!). The following list includes articles and events that are of interest to the wider community.
The Alzheimer Society of Quebec will hold an Alzheimer's and related diseases fair on Sunday January 26, 2020. Close to 500 people are expected each year at the Alphonse-Desjardins Pavilion at Laval University, from 9 am to 1:30 pm. The event is free and open to all.
QBIN is proud to sponsor the second edition of Le Neuro Show, a spectacular neuroscience-themed theater production during which the public will be amused and amazed by the miracles accomplished by our brain. Shows (in French) will take place in Sherbrooke (March 17), Quebec (March19), and Montreal (March 22).
On first glance, art and the study of Alzheimer’s may not seem to have much in common. But as we’ll see, there are many common threads woven between creative expression and neurodegenerative disease.
Quand les chercheurs se font conteurs
Ils ne savent pas tout, mais ils cherchent. Sur scène, huit scientifiques nous racontent, à partir d’un objet témoin, leur quête inlassable de réponses aux questions qu’ils se posent. Huit aventures faites d’idées, de découvertes, d’échecs et surtout d’émerveillement.
Seven videos were submitted to the Popular Science Competition and two winners were selected