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NeuroSleuth is a team competition designed to teach students the structures and functions of the brain.  The competition begins with a short tutorial on using the Mouse Brain Connectivity Atlas available online from the Allen Institute for Brain Science.  Afterward students are presented a Jeopardy board with questions which they must use the brain atlas to answer.

Tutorial with instructions for using the Mouse Brain Connectivity Atlas

It is recommended that allot at least 30 minutes for the tutorial.  Teams should consist of 3-5 students, with each student having their own computer. Internet access is necessary.  The competition may run from 90 minutes to 4 hours.

To arrange a NeuroSleuth competition, contact

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