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Published on Dec 29, 2011
We have developed low-costs tools to investigate the brain, but teachers have told us they need help when preparing lesson plans and lectures. We decided it would be a good idea to publish a paper that teachers and amateurs could use to understand and perform experiments. We wrote a paper that outlines four neuroscience experiments for publication in the journal PLoS ONE. The paper includes a teachers guide with background information on the experiments, plus student handouts for use in class. Each experiment has it's own separate hand-out, so educators can choose which section they wish to cover. We have also included an engineering section which details how we designed the SpikerBox, and steps for building one yourself.