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Boston area Neuroscience and Cognitive Science talks.

This list will send out info about functional/systems-level neuroscience and CogSci talks happening throughout the greater Boston area.

We hope that this mailing list will be particularly useful for students, since we won't simply be forwarding the time/place/title info, but will also preface many of the notices with mini intros briefly explaining who the speaker is and why the talk might be interesting. Many students might not be familiar with the names of the speakers, so might miss out on interesting talks, not because they don't get the announcments, but because they don't realize their relevance. Hopefully the intros will help to solve this problem.

Yahoogroups has the following nice features:
1. You can subscribe or unsubscribe yourself at any time simply by sending e.mail to the Yahoogroups computer.
2. If you do join, you can choose either to get the messages sent to your inbox, or you can browse them at leisure at the Yahoogroups website.

To subscribe, simply send a mail (no body message needed) to:

Similarly, you can unsubscribe at any time by mailing:

You can browse the messages at:

Please feel free to send mail about talk announcements direct to the list itself. To do this, send mail to:


We also offer calendar service since 2007. The subscription instructions can be found in:


We hope you find this new list useful.

Moderators: Yohan John and Tren Huang

Founders: Satrajit Ghosh, Rajeev Raizada and Aaron Seitz

Group Information

  • 1006
  • Neuroscience
  • Oct 24, 2000
  • English

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