School Notes: Dartmouth Hosts ‘Brain Bee’

How much of our brains do we humans really use? Researchers from the Neuroscience Center at Dartmouth are inviting students from the Upper Valley and all of New Hampshire to the fourth annual Brain Bee on April 23 to learn more and test their own ability to store, retain and express knowledge of the least-understood organ. “We usually have between 20 and 30 students come to our fair and compete in the bee,” Dartmouth graduate student and bee co-organizer Emily Stephens said on Friday. “So far, we have about six or seven participants signed up, so we have plenty of room for more. We’re still touching base with area schools, doing short presentations.” The competition is open to students ages 13 to 19. The bee, at Dartmouth College’s Moore Hall,…

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