You want to talk neuroscience with a neuroscientist? Want to take a look at real human and animal brains? Want to try on goggles that give you an idea of the impairments caused by too much alcohol?
You can do all of that, and much more, at OHSUs annual Brain Fair from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday (March 3) at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
The free event — the largest Brain Fair in the nation — is open to the public and includes fascinating stuff for all ages. It is a major event in the OHSU Brain Institute‘s annual Brain Awareness Season. And this year, it’s the grand finale of OMSI’s Bodyworlds & the Brain exhibit, which was sponsored by the OHSU Brain Institute.