Canadian brain bee competition

May 25, 2012 · The students, winners of regional Brain Bee contests, will compete at the Canadian National Brain Bee. The competition tests budding neuroscientists on topics such as memory, sleep, intelligence, emotion, perception, stress, aging, brain-imaging, neurology, neurotransmitters, genetics and brain disease.

The Brain Bee is a competition for high school students, grades 9 through 12. Students are tested on the knowledge about the brain and neuroscience research. It is designed to stimulate interest and excitement about brain research. Students must be registered to participate in the Alabama Brain Bee. All recording devices, including video cameras, are prohibited. Note taking by students or other members of the audience is also prohibited. This will result in an immediate disqualification.

The neuroanatomy bell-ringer competition consists of approximately 20 or 25 stations where brains, brain slices, or pictures of brains will be presented. Check out the video highlights from last year to get an idea (front page of this web site). Students must be registered to participate in the Alabama Brain Bee. All recording devices, including video cameras, are prohibited. Note taking by students or other members of the audience is also prohibited. This will result in an immediate disqualification. Students must be registered to participate in the Alabama Brain Bee. All recording devices, including video cameras, are prohibited. Note taking by students or other members of the audience is also prohibited. This will result in an immediate disqualification. The Brain Bee is actually an international competition! There is no entry fee. What you have to do is study a brain facts book, much like you would study words for a spelling bee and then compete at the UT Health San Antonio on January 25th, 2020.

What is the Brain Bee? It is a live Q&A competition about the neuroscience for middle and high school students. The best young brains in our country are quizzed about the brain and how it relates to intelligence, memory, emotions, sensations, movement, stress, aging, sleep, and brain disorders such as drug addiction, Alzheimer's and stroke. If you have won your local competition, you can learn more about how to prepare for the Canadian National Brain Bee on this page. If you are a student interested in the brain bee competition in your local area, look for contact information under Local Brain Bees, organized by city name. The neuroanatomy bell-ringer competition consists of approximately 20 or 25 stations where brains, brain slices, or pictures of brains will be presented. Check out the video highlights from last year to get an idea (front page of this web site).