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Less than 1 week to go until the BNA2013: Festival of Neuroscience!

Undergraduate special offer - £50 registration fee!

Undergraduates taking neuroscience-related courses are invited to attend the Festival of Neuroscience for a special registration fee of £50.00!

Take advantage of this fantastic last-minute offer to attend a unique UK neuroscience event – 4 whole days of neuroscience! 

Click here for more information.

To take advantage of this special offer go to, 'registration' 'registration portal' and select 'Undergraduate Pass' and use the code UDBNA2013 to benefit from this discount price.*

*This offer applies to students who are currently participating on a neuroscience or related undergraduate course.  Anyone who has graduated already cannot apply for undergraduate attendance and the registrant will be expected to provide details of their course, institution and tutor.  

Applicants will be expected to provide details about their course and supervisor name and details for verification purposes.

Applicants do not need to be members of the BNA or a partner society.


It is now 1 month to go until the BNA2013: Festival of Neuroscience; here are the reasons for you to attend.

1) Scientific programme

Click here to download the ‘sessions by days' poster.  

Covering 8 themes: DevelopmentMolecular, Cellular and Synaptic MechanismsSensory and Motor SystemsCognitionCircadian, Homeostatic and Neuroendocrine MechanismsNervous System DisordersMethods and Techniques and Public Awareness and Societal Impacts consisting of 56 sessions, 8 plenary lectures, 240 speakers, over 900 abstracts and 60 exhibitors.

2) The Public Programme - Wonder: Art and Science on the Brain

The Wellcome Trust and Barbican have teamed up to produce an amazing array of exciting events for the public to take place in the run up and alongside the BNA2013: Festival of Neuroscience. Highlights include a music inspired performance lecture by Marcus du Sautoy; Ruby Wax giving a personal insight into her journey from the heights of fame to depression; a film season exploring mental health on the big screen; Salon, a Parisian theatrical 19th century styled event that allows you to debate the big topics of 21st century; a science and art inspired Barbican Weekender.

The highlight is a hands-on interactive neuroscience Street Fair which sees the Barbican Foyers spring to life with free, drop-in activities, performance, interaction and demonstrations 

Delegates receive discounts on some events.

3) Networking

Take the opportunity interact with fellow neuroscientists and BNA/partner society members during the Festival. There will be a delegates' Welcome Reception on Sunday 7th April - meet new members and catch up with friends and colleagues over a glass of wine and nibbles.

Let your hair down at the BrainStorm social event on Monday 8th April at Grand Union Farringdon. Don't miss out, only £25 for food, cocktail, DJ, and dancing. An event not to be missed.

Book your place today!
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Posted on 06/02/2013

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