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Experts gather at Stanford on Saturday to discuss how neuroscience in the 21st century will affect us

Scientific studies are revealing new insights into the plasticity and capability of the brain that hold the promise of changing the way we think, interact and plan throughout our lives. On Saturday, a group of distinguished thought-leaders and scientists will convene at Stanford and explore how neuroscience in the 21st century will impact our society.

ABC news correspondent Juju Chang will moderate the Oct. 6 roundtable, called “Gray Matters: Your brain, your life and brain science in the 21st century,” and will be joined by:

The event, which begins at 9:30 a.m., is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required, but parking is limited.

Previously: Video from Stanford’s longevity roundtable now available and Experts weigh in on how aging population affects us
Photo by Heidi Cartwright, Wellcome Images

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