The second day of CNS 2018 in Boston started with a stimulating poster session and ended with some dancing and celebrating! Cognitive neuroscientists gave presentations in 5 different symposia on topics ranging from human and machine cognition, to direct brain stimulation, to opportunities and challenges in the field over the next 25 years. Rounding out the day was Elizabeth Spelke with her George A. Miller Prize in Cognitive Neuroscience Lecture on how infants acquire knowledge about the world. At the end of a long day of science, everyone put on their dancing shoes to celebrate 25 years of cognitive neuroscience at our Gala. Check out our full photo album of the day here on Facebook and check out our Twitter coverage here.
— Sarah M Kark (@sarah_kark) March 26, 2018
-Lisa M.P. Munoz